Is it just me, or do you too face the paradox that is: storing cheese? If you get a big block, you’re saving per gram, but if you do get a big block, once you open the damn thing after a month in the fridge it just goes mouldy on the sides. I shall solve your cheese woes. You don’t even need to buy any extra plastic wrap, and for once, you can put those old take-away boxes to use. I promise, it takes less than 2 minutes.
Once you’ve used your first lot of cheese, chop the rest of your cheese into portions you think you’ll use each time. I cut mine into about six.
Then, using the plastic wrapping already on the cheese, wedge the plastic in between the portions of cheese.
Then, just pop it into a (preferably clear) takeaway box or similar, and throw it into the freezer. Remember to take one out and put it in an empty small container (for cream cheese, for example) in the fridge for the next time you need cheese. Next time you need cheese, grab a piece out and replace the cheese you just used from the small container in the fridge.