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When there is a good price on cheese we buy a lot. We will cut the cheese into sizes that were would use for the month. Then vacuum seal them and put them in our fridge. They have lasted for more than 2 years, and taste the same as when we bought it. You can also freeze it, if it has a high fat content. Saw this on a Rachel Ray show. We have had a vacuum ...


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Firat, first, first : look at your local rules and regulation regarding selling food product in your area. First first : Decide how long you want to have your product to last, this will put restriction on packaging. First, you need to do a lot of testing with different kind of packaging and see how your product behave over days, weeks and months (whatever ...


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In the UK, anything longer than 3 days from production is generally deemed risky and unsaleable for commercial purposes. For home use, if you're fridge is at the warm end of the scale /5°c 3-5 days sounds about right to me. If it's a cold fridge /2or3°c you can add a day or two onto that range. This is a slightly higher risk approach than in a commercial ...


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