Oka Cheese Coupons For Canada
Celebrate Canada Day with some awesome savings on OKA Cheese.
- Get this new printable coupon that will save you $1.50 off your purchase of OKA Cheese.
Available by email or print your choice.
What Is OKA Cheese You Might Ask?
Oka is a semi-soft washed rind cheese. Years ago this product was originally made by Trappist monks living in OKC, Quebec. The cheese was named after the town.
OKA cheese has a distinct flavour and smell. It is still made in Oka, but now by a commercial company.
It is very semi-soft and creamy and sometimes pasteurized.
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Do you eat the rind of Oka cheese?
Yes, You can! But if you don’t like the taste texture – then at least smell it! It’s very soothing with its earth-like aroma!
Can you freeze Oka cheese?
The Answer is Yes, just wrap it up in aluminum foil first then put into a freezer bag and make sure you have all the air out. Be aware to simply cool off the cheese off in the fridge before placing it in the freezer.
To Thaw properly – put in a fridge for a few hours before consuming. What is the Oka crisis?