Cheese How To | Tips for Serving Fromage | Ile de France

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Ever wondered how to properly cut a slice of brie?
How about the best way to eat the rind of a specialty cheese?

Here in our cheese how to section, we've compiled a useful cheese guide for everything from how long to keep cheese before eating to how to store different cheeses. Browse our cheese tips archive and learn everything you need to know to get the most out of your fromages! Tips on how to serve cheese in a variety of ways for different meals as well as information on what seasons are best for what cheeses is here as well.

Every month our cheese experts compile new cheese tips, articles and cheese recipes - so be sure to check back often!


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written by Emilie , June 09, 2015
Hi Shirley,

Thanks so much for reaching out! We'll send you the answer via email- check your inbox!

-Emilie, Ile de France Cheese Marketing Team
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written by Shirley, June 03, 2015
WHERE can I find the brie cheese baby bites? Can I order it from you? I have checked with Vons and Albertsons and a couple of local (not chain) markets and no one seems to have it. Zip is 92003.
Thank you.
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written by T. Blessey, March 15, 2015
I have an unwrapped wedge of Brie with a supermarket date that says "Sell by 2/15/15." It is now 1 month beyond that. No sign of mold on the Brie. Is it still good to eat?
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written by richard, November 28, 2014
thank you JESUS IS LORD
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written by Daphne, November 22, 2014
win soon.
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written by Ric, October 28, 2014
Any recipes for Welsh Rarebit?
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written by Stan Litvin, August 15, 2014
I like any cheese. Can it til blind..................
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written by michelle torrey, July 26, 2014
i want to make a brie with fresh goat milk adn some fresh cows milk =raw=
and just add a little fresh nutmeg and fresh seaweed and a little sea salt
and a touch of fresh honey
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written by Emilie, Ile de France Marketing team, November 18, 2013
Hi phyloyd, mold generally can't penetrate far into hard and semisoft cheeses. You can carefully cut away at least 1 inch around the moldy part and eat the rest of the cheese. However, don't try this with soft cheeses, or any kind of cheese that's shredded, crumbled or sliced. When in doubt, throw it out!
-Emilie
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written by phyloyd, November 16, 2013
Moldy cheese...My mother said just cut thr mold away from the cheese when we kids found moldy cheese in the refrigerator. What kind of cheese was that?
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