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One of those blocks about 90mm x 60mm
This is why the 'cheese-free' rule came into force.
how big is the fridge?
what kind of cheese is it?
what other alternatives are in the fridge?
you can't just ask such a complicated question and expect us to just answer yes or no.
Depends how many crackers there are.
YEAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHH BWWWWWWWOOOOOOOOOOOOOOYYYYYYYYYYYY *winds booty in celebration*
so I refuse to answer your question.
I go through a 450g block a week, on my own.
It'll last a day, two max.
Because I'll put some cheese on a burger, and then I'll have cheese on toast, and when there's around a quarter left I'll deem it as snacking territory and just eat it on its own...
i need help.
Unless I do what I've done this week and decide to have cheese rolls with my soup each lunchtime. So essentially, it'll be gone in 3 days.
Which is a bit bad, innit? Extra mature cheddar too. Oh yeah, I can handle it...
But at home, it can sit there for days oddly? Unless the girlfriend is in, being the little cheese fiend that she is.
i can go four days before finishing one, and I put it on every single meal! not breakfast though, cheesy porridge...sounds dodgy.
although as I'm trying to kick coffee, this is about to diminish :(
If it's still there in 3 days I'd be very surprised.
As a result, I often have to throw cheese away to stop myself eating it...
CHEESE IS RUBBISH