We asked people to tell us the names of all the cheese moldings they encountered, as well as their symptoms and their symptoms-specific treatment plans.
Here’s what we learned.1.
Cheese molding can be a sign of a more serious illness.
When people who’ve had cheese mold in the past report that they’ve developed a cold, it’s a good idea to seek immediate medical attention.
But if it’s mild, you should just be careful.
If you’re not sure whether you’re having a mild, mild-to-moderate case of cheese mold or if you’re actually having a more severe form, go see your doctor.2.
If it’s an outbreak of mold, you can test for mold by touching or eating raw or salted cheese.
The best way to do this is to shake your food or dip it in hot water for 30 seconds, or to sprinkle it on your counter top.
If your cheese doesn’t turn brown, the mold is likely healthy.
But don’t put it on a plate.
This is not a safe method.3.
Cheese can contain dangerous amounts of mold.
According to a recent study, a sample of raw cheese from the New York State Department of Agriculture showed levels of 10 parts per billion of mold in just 5% of the samples.
That’s about what you would get from eating raw, salted raw milk, according to the FDA.
The FDA recommends that you avoid eating raw milk and cheese for at least three months after you’ve been diagnosed with cheese mold.4.
Cheese moulds can spread quickly and easily, and mold is spread by contact with food.
So don’t be tempted to just take a piece of cheese off the counter.
Instead, make sure to wipe down the counter top and place it on paper towels to prevent it from sticking to other food or surfaces.5.
You can test your cheese for mold in several ways.
If cheese has been sitting on the counter for too long, try to shake it and take a small piece, like a few grains, and see if it turns brown.
If the mold turns brown, you’ve got a mild case.
If not, you probably have a mild- to moderate case.
You should wash your hands after handling your cheese, too, and use a clean utensil for brushing and rinsing.6.
If mold spreads to the surface of your food, wash the food and use soap and water to thoroughly rinse the food.7.
If there are mold spores growing on your food surface, avoid eating it.
Make sure to wash your fork and utensils before you eat it, too.8.
Eating raw cheese can also spread mold spores.
Mold spores are not only found on raw foods, but also in food that has been left to sit in a refrigerator.
In this case, you don’t need to avoid raw cheese.
Just wash your utensiels before you put it in the refrigerator.9.
If a mold is on your cheese and you’ve never had a case, it could be an allergic reaction to mold.
Mold exposure can be an allergy to mold, but the most common cause of allergic reactions is pollen.
To help protect yourself from mold exposure, use a good food allergy test kit that includes a test that tests for mold.
If any of your allergies test positive, then you may have a mold allergy, and you should get an allergy test.
The test should show whether you’ve had any allergies or if it has been linked to your allergy.
If so, contact your doctor and tell him or her about it.10.
Mold is very contagious.
It can spread easily and rapidly through the air and soil.
You don’t want mold spores on your dinner plate.
To prevent it, wash your kitchen countertop and dishwashing surfaces.
Do not use soap on food that you’re handling.
You’ll also want to wash hands after touching your food.