We went a little overboard at the Mars Cheese Castle a few weeks ago (for the non-Midwesterners it's a big cheese shop just over the IL/WI border) and now we have an insane amount of cheese -- Munster, couple of cheddars, smoked and regular Gouda, Monterrey jack with jalapeños, gruyere. we're big cheese eaters/snackers but this is too much even for us. Can I grate the cheese into a few Mac-and-cheese, fondue, etc. blends and freeze it? I've never tried freezing cheese and I don't want to end up wasting the cheese if it's a bad idea. Thanks!
Freeze now, thank yourself later.
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