If you have leftover cheese, the good news is that you can freeze it and use it later. But most cheeses do not freeze well, and freezing them can result in a separation of the water and oils, turning a thawed-out cheese into one that’s more chalky than creamy. So why do it? Because a thawed-out frozen cheese can be heated up and used as the perfect ingredient to make a cheesy dip, a macaroni and cheese or anything that calls for a rich, melted cheese. Just be sure to thaw it out completely before using.
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