Brought cheese spread, has liquid on top?
What is the liquid likely to be? What should I do?
Wow people are quick with answers! Thank you all! 😄
- jamesLv 72 years ago
Pour it off or mix it back in. Here it is caused by heat in trailers in shipping & our better roads. Bouncing all around. Or both. Tropics here. Or it can be oil separation in heat. mix that back in.
- deniseLv 72 years ago
Its just excess whey, I usually pour it off.
- 2 years ago
This is bad it is girraffe urine, from the factory.
- kswck2Lv 72 years ago
Whey. Just mix it up.
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- IvaBLv 52 years ago
stir the spread to mix the ingredients-things settle over time.
- TavyLv 72 years ago
It is whey, just remove it.
- Nikki PLv 72 years ago
Depending on the type of cheese spread and what the other ingredients are it could be Whey or it could be some water that was used in processing. You could either pour it off or stir it back in depending on how thick the spread is.
Moisture could also come from other ingredients in the spread.
Onions, peppers, celery all have a lot of moisture that can begin to exude from the veggie.
- Anonymous2 years ago
I don't know the actual name of ot but it will be the watery, liquid part of the cheese spread that has risen to the top (or the thicker, heavier, more solid part has sunk to the bottom).
What should you do? Well, what would you like to do? I doubt I would even have noticed the liquid but if I had I'd have ignored it. You could do the same. You could stir the spread and re-incorporate the liquid. You could pour he the liquid off. You could throw it out. You could take it back to the shop and complain. You could complain to the manufacturer.
What ever you want.
- ELv 62 years ago
it is called fumunda cheese, just drop it out to the sink there’s not much you can do about it
- KatieLv 62 years ago
Water, just mix it in.