Originally posted by qtip
Its one of those big KRONOS cheese packages. In water...
Ive known feta to last a lot longer than most cheese though.
Thats my question. Why does feta last so long?
Due dates are just suggestions. There are a lot of other variables that effect the freshness of food such as temperature, packaging and the surrounding environment (dirty areas can have more bad bacteria).Originally posted by qtip
I dont subscribe to the opened/unopened theory.
SOmeone tried to argue that one. But, with milk, there is ONE due date, right? So once you open the milk, or if you leave it closed, there is the same due date. Same thing with feta. Why would there be a due date for before opened cheese and after opened feta cheese?
Sweet & Sour PorkOriginally posted by qtip
smart ass: this didnt answer why it lasts to long!
bytheway whats the recipe for those sweetandsour balls?