SAN FRANCISCO (CBS 5) – Some things get better with time, until suddenly they don’t. Glen Cole asked this Good Question: “If cheese is sold as “aged,” why do grocery stores put an expiration date on it.

ANSWER: According to Sara Vivenzio of the Cheese School of San Francisco, how long you can keep cheese depends on what kind of cheese it is. Raw cheese has an expiration date you need to pay attention to. While aged cheeses are a bit more flexible.

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  1. Ken Saltzsine says:

    Ken: How are you? I’ve been retired since April of 09 and I would like to cash in on my retirement present of a station visit.

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