How to Travel with Cheese
Whether you're going on vacation to a rural area with zero specialty shops to speak of, or simply touting cheese as a gift for a long-distance ride, you might be panicking because you can't fit a cooler into your trunk or carry-on. Relax. Cheese, especially hard varieties, doesn't necessarily need refrigeration. Follow the link below for more cheese travel tips.
Think about it: Refrigeration is a modern invention. Before such innovation, cheesemakers made cheeses that could be held at cellar temperature for months at a time. Fresh cheeses were held in cellars for a couple of days, made strictly for immediate consumption. They'd be made up to a day ahead, though. So truly, cheeses just aren't as limited to the interior of a refrigerator as we think.