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    Yes, we've had pancakes from Gram flour for years now - delicious!

    But not the best if you are visiting close friends the next day - Phew!

    (Tip: Don't leave the Gram flour unused in a warm or damp spot and forget it; when you find it again months later it will have many little occupants!
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    I've discovered long life tortelloni pasta it comes in a vacuum pack and seems to last around six months, tonight I'm having alla ricotta e spinaci accompanied with a tin of stagg chili, happy days
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    Does parmesan last longer than cheddar unrefrigerated because it's a hard cheese I'm guessing it does ?
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    Originally Posted by Offgrid hero
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    Does parmesan last longer than cheddar unrefrigerated because it's a hard cheese I'm guessing it does ?
    A bit , but still should be stored between 4-8 C if you want it to last any length of time once opened . Unopened should be OK for a while .
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    Originally Posted by ma bungo
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    A bit , but still should be stored between 4-8 C if you want it to last any length of time once opened . Unopened should be OK for a while .
    Read the other day that some cheaper brands, ie supermarket-shite, bulk it out with wood-pulp
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    Originally Posted by Uncle jhad
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    Read the other day that some cheaper brands, ie supermarket-shite, bulk it out with wood-pulp
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    Well , at least it will keep you regular , my dad always called cheese bungit!

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    depends what you mean by "long time", probably not what I mean.

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    Originally Posted by Offgrid hero
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    Does parmesan last longer than cheddar unrefrigerated because it's a hard cheese I'm guessing it does ?
    Laughing cow triangles keeps quite well unrefrigerated .

    You can also buy canned cheese if you really feel the need for longlife cheese !


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    I'd forgotten about cheese triangles good on a cracker with some Marmite if i remember rightly
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    you can get cheese spread in a tub these days, 99p in Lidl.
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    Originally Posted by ma bungo
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    Laughing cow triangles keeps quite well unrefrigerated .

    You can also buy canned cheese if you really feel the need for longlife cheese !


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    Unavailable canned cheddar, makes me want it more for some reason
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    Originally Posted by Offgrid hero
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    Unavailable canned cheddar, makes me want it more for some reason
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    Originally Posted by ma bungo
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    Seek and yee shall find
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    Not on eBay i won't did find a old tin of pre-owned cheese and some interesting looking cans of easy squeeze cheese from the states made with​ real cheese no need to refrigerate..
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    Philadelphia use to do toothpaste style tube cheese , might still do?

    What about this ?


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    Originally Posted by ma bungo
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    Philadelphia use to do toothpaste style tube cheese , might still do?

    What about this ?


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    Not more unobtainable squeezy cheese, must be off the scale unhealthy, shame
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    This one of my fave recipies. Such a go to recipe for me. Needs:
    Rice or equivalent of choice.
    Tin of mixed beans (Asda organic are lush)
    Tin or carton of chopped tomatoes
    Table spoon of smoked paprika
    A large onion.

    Fry onion in oil to soften, add paprika and cook for one min, Add beans and tomatoes and simmer for 5 mins. Plonk on top of rice. Surprisingly tasty and super easy, healthy and all store cupboard fodder bar one fresh onion.
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    I freegan'd some grated mature cheddar weeks ago, 4kg from a food factory. Still have about 1kg left, unrefrigerated. It's still edible.
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    when I lived back in a city suburb some friends would womble around the local dairy late at night, milk, cheese etc.etc.
    hole in the fence known to all the locals.
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    Two clay pots with inch or so difference works well as chiller. Buried to rim, place smaller pot inside, fill with sand between pots, keep sand damp and cover with wood to keep animals out.

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    Forgive the random radish..
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    That radish looks lush
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    Radish and fried egg a new combo for me but very nice.
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    Radishes are easier to grow than eggs, ever had steamed radish? lush
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    I've never had steamed radish,I think I'm going to add curry powder to baked beans tonight I've not done that for over twenty years if I remember it rightly it was a winner..
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