Food Content Creator Details the Best Way to Cut Cheese — Using a Fork!: 'Such a Game Changer'

"This works every time, it's the best," said food and beverage content creator Jacqueline Vignona of the hack

<p>Getty</p> Cheese, a fork.


Cheese, a fork.

Say cheese!

There's apparently an easy trick to getting the perfect slice of cheese every time — and it's been floating around on Instagram since late last year.

Food and beverage content creator Jacqueline Vignona shared in a 2023 Instagram post that she uses a fork to evenly cut slices of cheese.

In a video, Vignona gently places the tip of a fork into the side of some cheese that is situated on a cutting board atop a plaid tablecloth.

After poking tiny holes into the dairy item, Vignona then cuts the cheese into evenly shaped pieces with a large knife, using the marks from the fork as a guide.

"If you're serving cheese at a holiday party, and you need your slices to be even, use a fork to measure out the slices," Vignona says in a voiceover over the clip. "This works every time, it's the best."

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In the caption of her post, Vignona detailed that she learned her "best cheese tip ever" from her friend Lauren, who goes by @thecheesechica on the social media platform.

"It’s been such a game changer for slicing cheese evenly!" the social media influencer wrote. "Using a fork to measure out each slice ensures all your pieces to be perfectly equal!"

"Thanks for upping my cheese game Lauren aka @thecheesechica," Vignona continued.

In the comments section, various Instagram users reacted to the hack, including one who poked fun at the cheese-cutting advice.

"No then I have no excuse to eat the ones I cut bad," they playfully wrote.

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