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Brie cheese past eat-by date

(14 Posts)
zebraZ Wed 08-Jun-05 13:48:33

smells & tastes rank. Is there anything I can do with it or is it straight into the bin?

About 11 days over dates, now.

WigWamBam Wed 08-Jun-05 13:49:14

Flipping heck, I'm surprised you need to ask!!

Bin it!

suzywong Wed 08-Jun-05 13:50:03

you could let it develop in a warm cupboard and ask the WHO if they care to use it as a cure for SARS

bin it!

norash Wed 08-Jun-05 13:54:31

@ suzywong

Kayleigh Wed 08-Jun-05 13:57:16

Bin it PLEASE. I can't believe you are asking the questions

Mum2girls Wed 08-Jun-05 14:04:15

Just leave it be - it will crawl into the bin all by itself. If anyone eats this, I gurantee they will be violently ill.

motherinferior Wed 08-Jun-05 14:10:55

Even I'd bin it.


suzywong Wed 08-Jun-05 14:11:42

you'd have it on toast with smoked fish before you could say "knife" MI, I know your sort

zebraZ Wed 08-Jun-05 14:26:11

I did eat some and I wasn't violently ill... but I didn't want more (which is unusual for me, yes I am a bit of a dustbin).
If other cheeses go moldy I would cut off the mold & eat the remaining good bits, am not used to soft cheese (weirdly enough, brie was one of the few things I could keep down when morning sickness was at its worst with DD).

Carla Wed 08-Jun-05 14:27:49

Bin. For sure.

Nightynight Wed 08-Jun-05 14:54:02

Bet it wont kill.
Serve it up to your dh without telling him its out of date

WigWamBam Wed 08-Jun-05 16:27:46

But if it smells rank, and tastes rank, why would you want to eat it anyway?


gingerbear Wed 08-Jun-05 16:42:11

Gorganzola smells rank but tastes lovely though

WigWamBam Wed 08-Jun-05 16:46:46

But this stuff apparently tastes rank as well ... and it's horrible enough at the best of times

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