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I have two bags of store-brand finely shredded sharp cheddar. They were in
the refrigerator 'Crisper' drawer. One is normal, as I purchaded it - loose
cheese shreds. In the other unopened package the cheese has formed a hard
oval lump. Is there and way to salvage this as shredded cheese, or do I
have to use it as lump of regular unshredded firm cheddar cheese and slice
it to use it?

Anyone have any ideas why this happened?

TIA


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Re-shred it yourself with a grater, or just melt the whole lump for Mac and cheese.

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"KenK" wrote in message
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I have two bags of store-brand finely shredded sharp cheddar. They were in
the refrigerator 'Crisper' drawer. One is normal, as I purchaded it -
loose
cheese shreds. In the other unopened package the cheese has formed a hard
oval lump. Is there and way to salvage this as shredded cheese, or do I
have to use it as lump of regular unshredded firm cheddar cheese and slice
it to use it?

Anyone have any ideas why this happened?

TIA


Might have gotten a bit warm and/or compressed by something. Just break it
into pieces with your hand.

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On 7/8/2015 11:35 AM, KenK wrote:
I have two bags of store-brand finely shredded sharp cheddar. They were in
the refrigerator 'Crisper' drawer. One is normal, as I purchaded it - loose
cheese shreds. In the other unopened package the cheese has formed a hard
oval lump. Is there and way to salvage this as shredded cheese, or do I
have to use it as lump of regular unshredded firm cheddar cheese and slice
it to use it?

Anyone have any ideas why this happened?

TIA


A quick buzz in the food processor may cure it.
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On 7/9/2015 4:49 AM, Julie Bove wrote:

"KenK" wrote in message
...
I have two bags of store-brand finely shredded sharp cheddar. They
were in
the refrigerator 'Crisper' drawer. One is normal, as I purchaded it -
loose
cheese shreds. In the other unopened package the cheese has formed a hard
oval lump. Is there and way to salvage this as shredded cheese, or do I
have to use it as lump of regular unshredded firm cheddar cheese and
slice
it to use it?

Anyone have any ideas why this happened?

TIA


Might have gotten a bit warm and/or compressed by something. Just break
it into pieces with your hand.

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On 7/8/2015 3:16 PM, Acme Bully Control wrote:
On 7/9/2015 4:49 AM, Julie Bove wrote:

"KenK" wrote in message
...
I have two bags of store-brand finely shredded sharp cheddar. They
were in
the refrigerator 'Crisper' drawer. One is normal, as I purchaded it -
loose
cheese shreds. In the other unopened package the cheese has formed a
hard
oval lump. Is there and way to salvage this as shredded cheese, or do I
have to use it as lump of regular unshredded firm cheddar cheese and
slice
it to use it?

Anyone have any ideas why this happened?

TIA


Might have gotten a bit warm and/or compressed by something. Just break
it into pieces with your hand.

Donald Trump


Bodine FRAUD!


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On 7/8/2015 4:09 PM, Sqwertz wrote:
It's totally ruined. You should throw it away.


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KenK wrote in rec.food.cooking:

I have two bags of store-brand finely shredded sharp cheddar. They
were in the refrigerator 'Crisper' drawer. One is normal, as I
purchaded it - loose cheese shreds. In the other unopened package the
cheese has formed a hard oval lump. Is there and way to salvage this
as shredded cheese, or do I have to use it as lump of regular
unshredded firm cheddar cheese and slice it to use it?

Anyone have any ideas why this happened?

TIA


If it's not too bad, it will re-shred by hand for use on a pizza or
something. It will definately melt (if a melty type) for mac-n-cheese.
I assume it was sealed and not moldy.

Carol

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On Wednesday, July 8, 2015 at 1:35:54 PM UTC-4, KenK wrote:
I have two bags of store-brand finely shredded sharp cheddar. They were in
the refrigerator 'Crisper' drawer. One is normal, as I purchaded it - loose
cheese shreds. In the other unopened package the cheese has formed a hard
oval lump. Is there and way to salvage this as shredded cheese, or do I
have to use it as lump of regular unshredded firm cheddar cheese and slice
it to use it?

Anyone have any ideas why this happened?

TIA


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when something closes the door from the inside.




I like sharp cheddar on pizza.
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On 7/9/2015 7:17 AM, Acme Bully Control wrote:
On 7/8/2015 3:16 PM, Acme Bully Control wrote:
On 7/9/2015 4:49 AM, Julie Bove wrote:

"KenK" wrote in message
...
I have two bags of store-brand finely shredded sharp cheddar. They
were in
the refrigerator 'Crisper' drawer. One is normal, as I purchaded it -
loose
cheese shreds. In the other unopened package the cheese has formed a
hard
oval lump. Is there and way to salvage this as shredded cheese, or do I
have to use it as lump of regular unshredded firm cheddar cheese and
slice
it to use it?

Anyone have any ideas why this happened?

TIA

Might have gotten a bit warm and/or compressed by something. Just break
it into pieces with your hand.

Donald Trump


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On 7/9/2015 7:17 AM, Acme Bully Control wrote:
On 7/8/2015 3:16 PM, Acme Bully Control wrote:
On 7/9/2015 4:49 AM, Julie Bove wrote:

"KenK" wrote in message
...
I have two bags of store-brand finely shredded sharp cheddar. They
were in
the refrigerator 'Crisper' drawer. One is normal, as I purchaded it -
loose
cheese shreds. In the other unopened package the cheese has formed a
hard
oval lump. Is there and way to salvage this as shredded cheese, or
do I
have to use it as lump of regular unshredded firm cheddar cheese and
slice
it to use it?

Anyone have any ideas why this happened?

TIA

Might have gotten a bit warm and/or compressed by something. Just
break
it into pieces with your hand.
Donald Trump


Bodine FRAUD!


NO ONE


BODINE FORGERY!



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On Wednesday, July 8, 2015 at 1:35:54 PM UTC-4, KenK wrote:
I have two bags of store-brand finely shredded sharp cheddar. They were in
the refrigerator 'Crisper' drawer. One is normal, as I purchaded it - loose
cheese shreds. In the other unopened package the cheese has formed a hard
oval lump. Is there and way to salvage this as shredded cheese, or do I
have to use it as lump of regular unshredded firm cheddar cheese and slice
it to use it?

Anyone have any ideas why this happened?

TIA



I'd give it the taste test, and if it passes to your satisfaction, then I'd try to shred or grate it. If that fails, then just gnaw on it as time goes by.

It must be the fridge gremlin at work again, is my guess as to cause.
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