We do not recommend freezing cheese because it changes its texture, usually resulting in the cheese being crumbly. However, if the cheese has been frozen, thaw it in the refrigerator and use it in cooking recipes such as omelets, casseroles, sandwich melts, etc.
They are likely calcium lactate crystals, which can develop as a part of the aging process. These crystals can appear on various cheeses, including cheddar. They are safe to eat and do not affect the flavor of the cheese.
Cheddar cheese is categorized based on aging. These categories include mild, medium, sharp, and extra sharp. Mild cheddar is aged under two months, medium is aged under three months, and sharp and extra sharp varieties are typically aged at least three-to-five months. Aging deepens the flavor and changes the texture to give each type of cheddar cheese its unique profile.
There are many different sizes and cuts of shredded cheese, including fine, fancy, and feather-cut. Farmstyle is a thicker-cut shred that can deliver bold cheesiness and flavor to any dish, as well as an excellent melt for the perfect cheese-pull. Farmstyle shreds can be used interchangeably with any other type of shredded cheese, and excel as a topping for tacos, lasagna, or salad, and as a stir-in ingredient for soups, casseroles, and dips. They can also be enjoyed on their own as a delicious snack .
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