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You can try filling jar with water (warm water is more effective) so they start dissolving and unstuck. Then they can be dried outside of the jar.


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If you can get them out of the jar, I would suggest a hammer. Put them in a plastic bag and whack them with the hammer. You might be able to use a knife (carefully) to pry them apart depending on much they are stuck together.


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That's a processed cheese product. It may be allowed to be called cheese in some places, but that's a matter of product labelling regulations where you happen to be. The melting is a different issue. I'd expect that product to melt, though possibly not if it has the texture of parmesan - parmesan doesn't really melt on its own though it melts into sauces. ...


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