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From children to teenagers to elderly, cheese is liked by all. Cheese can be taken in several forms, it can be used for making sandwiches, used for topping pizzas, used in making pastas, baked in the oven with vegetables and meat or can simply be taken as it is. Special cheese cakes are prepared for cheese lovers and cheese can be added in any recipe by those who demand it.


Cheese being a dairy product, has great nutritional value. It is needed for maintaining good health and strength. It is rich in carbohydrates, proteins and calcium. It is an essential source of nutrients for proper growth of children too. Another advantage of taking cheese regularly is that it keeps the hair healthy and shiny. Here are a few suggestions for storing cheese.

Tips for Storing Cheese

  1. Make sure the cheese you buy is of good quality. Normally some companies produce cheese that can not be used for a longer period of time. Additionally, buy cheese which is freshly prepared and has a fresh look.
  2. Do not buy large pieces of cheese for storing. It is better to cut them into slices before storing.
  3. When packing cheese for storing, do not use plastic wrapping. This would not let the cheese breathe and would dry the cheese.
  4. Greasing the cheese and brushing it with some oil, preferably olive oil would keep it fresh.
  5. If you find the cheese getting dry afterwards, change its covering and grease some vegetable oil. It is useful for increasing its resistance.
  6. In any case, change the cheese covering after every few days.
  7. Storing cheese for a short duration is even better than storing a larger quantity of cheese at a time. Keep buying and keep storing is even better than buying and storing for a long duration.
  8. Never keep the cheese outside; always store it in a refrigerator.
  9. Foil coating is the best while storing cheese.
  10. Nowadays cream cheese is also available in the market. It is normally contained in a glass jar. Keeping those jars in the refrigerator keeps them usable for a longer period of time.
  11. It is also very important that when the cheese is packed for storing, it should not be done very tightly; otherwise cheese has the ability of absorbing the taste of its wrapping.
  12. Whenever the stored cheese is opened for use, try to change its cover with a new one and pack it appropriately.
  13. Do not contaminate cheese with any other food during its storage period.
  14. Keep checking the stored cheese after every few days so if you see that any mold is building up due to the storage, clean it immediately and wrap the cheese again.
  15. It is better to clean the container of stored cheese after every few days. It helps in refreshing the cheese and the container.

Health Benefits of Cheese

Cheese provides a number of health benefits due to the high nutrient content. It is an extremely high source of calcium which is good for both teeth and bones. Cheese also has a very low content of lactose, so it does not harm the teeth.

Cheese is also a rich source of Vitamin B, which is essential for growing children and women. It helps in strengthening the bones and cartilages and helps in the proper absorption and distribution of calcium in the body. Vitamin B is also good for maintaining essential body functions and protection against diseases like Beri beri.

The presence of other important nutrients like zinc, phosphorous, Vitamin A and riboflavin in cheese help build strong bones and prevent osteoporosis. Cheese also contains proteins and fats along with vitamins and minerals which are good for better metabolism. The presence of proteins and fats helps in weight gain also in skinny people.

Cheese also contains Conjugated Linoleic Acid and Sphingolipids which help prevent cancer. Other nutrients present in cheese enhance blood formation, strengthen the liver and facilitate the absorption of nutrients in the body.

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