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I am sorry to ask another question about freezing again, but see here: http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/may/22/italy-earthquake-hits-parmesan-cheese-production

That's why I am thinking about buying a larger amount of Parmesan and freeze it for later use. Is this possible?

Or how do you think will that earthquake influence the way Parmesan How long can I keep it for? How is availablethe taste/texture affected?

I know that is maybe not really a culinary question, but it is a topic that should be interesting to many of us.

I am sorry to ask another question about freezing again, but see here: http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/may/22/italy-earthquake-hits-parmesan-cheese-production

That's why I am thinking about buying a larger amount of Parmesan and freeze it for later use. Is this possible?

Or how do you think will that earthquake influence the way Parmesan is available?

I know that is maybe not really a culinary question, but it is a topic that should be interesting to many of us.

I am thinking about buying a larger amount of Parmesan and freeze it for later use. Is this possible? How long can I keep it for? How is the taste/texture affected?

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Can I freeze Parmesan?

I am sorry to ask another question about freezing again, but see here: http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/may/22/italy-earthquake-hits-parmesan-cheese-production

That's why I am thinking about buying a larger amount of Parmesan and freeze it for later use. Is this possible?

Or how do you think will that earthquake influence the way Parmesan is available?

I know that is maybe not really a culinary question, but it is a topic that should be interesting to many of us.