Canadians are dedicated cheese lovers.
For the past 10 years, Canadians have been eating more than 12 kilograms of cheese annually, according to Statistics Canada. But are you getting the most out of your cheese purchases?
We’ve got some tips to help you prepare, serve and store cheese better than ever, courtesy of the Dairy Farmers of Canada:
How to cut perfect slices of cheese
There are several resources online that recommend using unflavoured dental floss to cut perfect squares of cheese. That might be handy in a pinch, but if you’re worried that you might accidentally add a minty-fresh flavour to your favourite cheese, you can stick to using a sharp knife.
Hold the blade of the knife under hot water, and then dry it off like you would with an ice cream scoop. Warming the knife will help you to easily cut through any cheese.
A cheese wire is also useful, though they can be pricy.
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