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I guess you could feed it to your neighbors cat...if the cat lives, its still good.
I guess you could feed it to your neighbors cat...if the cat lives, its still good. Or you could cut off a small slice and eat the cheese underneath, seeing as bacteria only grows on the surface. I wonder if this is true, I've also heard that none of the bacteria that grows on cheese will kill you, so throw it away when the cheese tastes bad. (But, in my opinion blue cheese never tastes good. So...)
Blue cheese has already gone off, twice. Firstly it fermeneted to make cheese then it went mouldy and went blue.As for seeing if it's fit to eat (and that's going to be a matter of opinion) why not look at the "best before" date on the wrapping?