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    modom (palindrome guy) Guest

    Default Freezing chevre?

    Will chevre freeze without messing it up? I picked up three
    "crottins" yesterday in the marked-down bin at the store.

    To be truthful, my little cheeses aren't the real Crottins de
    Chavignol or any other real French chevre. Crottin is just the name
    they were marketed under. This is likely because most denizens of Cow
    Hill don't know that "crottin" is a reference to animal droppings.
    Those wily pseudo-Frenchmen.
    --
    modom

    ambitious when it comes to fiddling with meat

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    PeterLucas Guest

    Default Re: Freezing chevre?

    "modom (palindrome guy)" <[email protected]> wrote in
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    > Will chevre freeze without messing it up?



    Yes.


    I have frozen quite a few little rolls of goats cheese, and there is no
    apparent effects when they've been defrosted.


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    Peter Lucas
    Brisbane
    Australia


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    Theron Guest

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    "modom (palindrome guy)" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > Will chevre freeze without messing it up? I picked up three
    > "crottins" yesterday in the marked-down bin at the store.
    >
    > To be truthful, my little cheeses aren't the real Crottins de
    > Chavignol or any other real French chevre. Crottin is just the name
    > they were marketed under. This is likely because most denizens of Cow
    > Hill don't know that "crottin" is a reference to animal droppings.
    > Those wily pseudo-Frenchmen.
    > --
    > modom
    >
    > ambitious when it comes to fiddling with meat
    >
    >

    I freeze cheeses quite frequently, though not so often the soft cheeses.
    Wrap the cheese tightly with cling wrap, and then in foil. Freeze in a non
    frost free freezer if you have one available.

    Theron





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    Gloria P Guest

    Default Re: Freezing chevre?

    modom (palindrome guy) wrote:
    > Will chevre freeze without messing it up? I picked up three
    > "crottins" yesterday in the marked-down bin at the store.
    >
    > To be truthful, my little cheeses aren't the real Crottins de
    > Chavignol or any other real French chevre. Crottin is just the name
    > they were marketed under. This is likely because most denizens of Cow
    > Hill don't know that "crottin" is a reference to animal droppings.
    > Those wily pseudo-Frenchmen.
    > --
    > modom
    >



    I have had it frozen and it was a little granular when thawed.
    It was edible, however. I suggest wrapping tightly in a few layers
    and placing in the freezer in a location where it won't be subject
    to much temperature fluctuation.

    gloria p

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