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  1. #1 Is it possible to melt cheese at room temperature?? 
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    Guys (esp. chemistry guys), is it possible to melt cheese at room temperature without applying heat? Can pressure cause cheese to melt? Or can some chemical reaction between cheese and some other food occur so as to melt it??? help me!!


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    *wonders what kind of a cheese-melting emergency you are having* :P


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    Quote Originally Posted by tridimity
    *wonders what kind of a cheese-melting emergency you are having* :P
    well whenever i make a sandwich out of cheese and cucumber, i have to spend some extra time to heat it....melted cheese adds flavour to the sandwich....but i wanna know if it's possible without heating...what about reaction with some acidic food or something which can be used in a sandwich as well?? thankyou
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    So, you're looking for a faster or possibly instantaneous way to melt your cheese. I'd say use some form of heat blasting, maybe a flame thrower of some sort? A Bunsen burner? A butane lighter? Other than open flame, you might be out of luck. So, look for a blue flame.

    Yes, I realize you said "without applying heat", but I intend to suggest just using higher concentrations of heat.
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    Microwaves heat fats faster than water. Could you arrange fatty cheese, watery cucumber, and insulating bread, for the desired result?
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    thanks guys,
    i was just wondering if it's possible.....so u wouldn't consider reacting cheese with some other edible substance?? ...i have heard that vinegar reacts with steel wool....(get my point??)
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