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Pecorino Romano can be stored at room temperature for weeks, even without vacuum sealing. So you're fine.


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I've done it a few times. Still sealed in the plastic packaging that it was sold in. You're probably shortening the storage lifetime on it, but as it's something that's made near room temperature, I don't think it's quite as much of a big deal as meat, soft cheeses or other high-risk foods. If you can, you can wrap it in something insulating (clothes, for ...


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