Re: <O.T.> For Heindoggie...
- From: "Tilly" <TillyGr@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 12 Mar 2007 15:10:50 +1300
No, but I will make a note and look for them the next time I am out
They usually need a bit of time to ripen. Look at the 'use by' date on the
product.They need to ripen and become soft in the middle but not runny.
Quite often , at least here ,supermarkets discount them when they are very
close to the 'use by' date or a day or two past, because they need to be
eaten straighten away.If they are over-ripe the flavour is stronger.
If the 'use by ' is weeks away , leave in the fridge. When you want to eat
it leave it out for an hour then try.Replace in the fridge if it still needs
Both Camembert and Brie should sit out of the fridge before an hour before
serving. If you get desperate, put it in the microwave on low for about 30
Do you have delicatessens and specialty cheese shops?
We have them here and they do in Europe. If you buy at one of those you can
sample everything before you buy , which really is the best way to buy
In Switzerland one could choose from 125 different cheeses that came from
Switzerland and Europe. Yum!!!!!! (Now that I try to keep kosher it is
more difficult. <sigh>
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