Sunday, July 7, 2013

How XXX Wax Cheese...

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  1. How long will the cheese last after waxing? Will it need to be refrigerated? Thanks for this post!

    1. I updated the post already. After the wax is sufficiently dried, wrap the blocks in cheese cloth. Like a gift package.
      Store in a cool, dark place & fairly dry. It should last for years and years (she gives 8-10 years). But I will stress it depends on how well you follow the instructions and how well you store the cheese.
      Again I am going to suggest getting the DVD and written resource from Preparedness Pro's blog.
      There is entirely too much information to share here, and it is her copyrighted work.

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    1. Kathy,
      If you find one that is hard enough. Do the test with your thumb, (Press thumb into cheese, it shouldn't leave an imprint).