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Removal of outer mold on blue cheese.

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Can I remove the mold on the outer skin of a wheel of blue cheese without effecting the inner mold? As you can see in the picture the blue is being taken over by a different mold.

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I'd leave it alone until you're ready to refrigerate, then brush it off with a brine rag. My blues don't get like that, not sure why yours are different.

It looks OK to me. What do you see there that you think is a bad mold? The whitish outside?
 
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I don't know that it is bad, just not blue. I know other cheeses have other colors but that is planned. My Camembert is getting a nice white mold like it is supposed to. I just want to take advantage of other experiences, hoping maybe someone had seen this.
 
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