Cut your Cheese with Dental Floss
We've all been there: you're trying to slice perfect goat cheese medallions for a salad or a cheese board, but to your frustration, the delicate little cheese completely crumbles under the knife. Is there anything more annoying? Don't fret -- you can slice delicate cheeses perfectly every time with a tool you already have in your home (though probably not in the kitchen): dental floss. The floss imitates a cheese wire, slipping through sticky cheeses without clinging to the paste.
If the cheese is small, you can hold it in one hand while your other pulls the floss taught and does the cutting. For larger situations, place cheese on a surface, shimmy the floss beneath it, and simply slice up, holding both ends of the floss and crossing the two ends to complete the cut. Then repeat in equal intervals.