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    Accidentally ate moldy cheese..

    Hey everyone,

    I just found out last night that the shredded cheese i ate a couple of nights ago had some greenish mold growing on it.

    When I found out I paid no attention since it was already done, but now I'm starting to worry.

    Do you guys think it was dangerous? And what side effects usually come from stupid mistakes likes these?

    Thanks
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    dude cheese IS mold!

    Don't worry! It won't hurt ya
    Next time try to cut the moldy parts off first though
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    haha thanks. it's just it was shredded cheese, and i saw green parts on it so i kinda got weirded out.
    thanks though =]
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    Was going to say penecillin, until I used "the google".

    Mold on cheese can be the same mold that the cheese was made with: in that case the mold is cheese-making mold, not penicillin. And the cheese is safe to eat.

    However, cheese mold can also be harmful bacteria, such as listeria, brucella, salmonella and E. coli (also not penicillin). Those are not safe to eat.
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    I've also eaten mouldy cheese before, and while I don't think its good for you, I also don't think eating a little will do any damage!
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    Quoted from this page http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cheese

    "...There are three main categories of cheese in which the presence of mold is a significant feature: soft ripened cheeses, washed rind cheeses and blue cheeses.
    Vacherin du Haut-Doubs cheese, a French cheese with a white Penicillium mold rind.

    Soft-ripened cheeses are those which begin firm and rather chalky in texture but are aged from the exterior inwards by exposing them to mold. The mold may be a velvety bloom of Penicillium candida or P. camemberti that forms a flexible white crust and contributes to the smooth, runny, or gooey textures and more intense flavors of these aged cheeses. Brie and Camembert, the most famous of these cheeses, are made by allowing white mold to grow on the outside of a soft cheese for a few days or weeks. Goats' milk cheeses are often treated in a similar manner, sometimes with white molds (Ch?vre-Bo?te) and sometimes with blue.

    Washed-rind cheeses are soft in character and ripen inwards like those with white molds; however, they are treated differently. Washed rind cheeses are periodically cured in a solution of saltwater brine and other mold-bearing agents which may include beer, wine, brandy and spices, making their surfaces amenable to a class of bacteria Brevibacterium linens (the reddish-orange "smear bacteria") which impart pungent odors and distinctive flavors. Washed-rind cheeses can be soft (Limburger), semi-hard (Munster), or hard (Appenzeller). The same bacteria can also have some impact on cheeses that are simply ripened in humid conditions, like Camembert.
    Stilton from England.

    So-called blue cheese is created by inoculating a cheese with Penicillium roqueforti or Penicillium glaucum. This is done while the cheese is still in the form of loosely pressed curds, and may be further enhanced by piercing a ripening block of cheese with skewers in an atmosphere in which the mold is prevalent. The mold grows within the cheese as it ages. These cheeses have distinct blue veins which gives them their name, and, often, assertive flavors. The molds may range from pale green to dark blue, and may be accompanied by white and crusty brown molds.Their texture can be soft or firm. Some of the most renowned cheeses are of this type, each with its own distinctive color, flavor, texture and smell. They include Roquefort, Gorgonzola, and Stilton."
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    Call 911 immediately & tell them you ate moldy cheese and some people on a bulletin board told you that you were going to die.

    The 911 operators love that kind of thing. Trust me on this one.
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    Originally Posted by kickchickbecca View Post
    dude cheese IS mold!

    Don't worry! It won't hurt ya
    Next time try to cut the moldy parts off first though
    "Cheese IS mold!".... common now


    People have def died from cheese mold... but its pretty damn rare. Unless the cheese was ridonk moldy you should be fine.
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