How long does brie last after sell by date
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Foods That Are Safe to Eat After the Expiration Date
Soft and Semi- Soft Cheese
The softer the cheese, the faster it spoils. The expiration date is a good indicator of when the cheese is still good. To be safe, inspect and smell the brie before eating. The first sign of spoilage is when the rind appears gray or flakey. As brie continues to age, it may give off a slight ammonia smell. If you notice this smell, unwrap the brie and let it air out for a few minutes. If the inside still gives off hints of ammonia , throw it out.
Most people love brie cheese for its creamy mild flavor. How Long Does Brie Cheese Last The cheese comes with a best-by (or use-by, or sell-by) date, but unlike almost all other food products, eating it as soon as you buy it isn't So for about a week past that date, the cheese should still be quite tasty.
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Sources: For details about data sources used for food storage information, please click here. Food Storage - How long can you keep Tips How long does a wedge of Brie cheese last? The exact answer to that question depends to a large extent on storage conditions - keep the cheese refrigerated at all times. To maximize the shelf life of a wedge of Brie cheese after opening, wrap the original packaging tightly in plastic wrap or aluminum foil; for even better results, wrap the cheese first in wax or parchment paper and then cover with plastic wrap before refrigerating.