I know this is a BIG no-no in theory, and I understand why, but just out of curiosity, has anyone ever tried halving a wheel of bloomy rind horizontally when it first comes out of the mold, if it's too tall? I have a camembert draining now but may have packed too many curds in there so it's definitely going to be taller than is ideal. The final wheel will be 6" diameter, probably 4.5" height, more like a tomme in format than a bloomy. You think it's better to let it age as a tall wheel, or take a chance and split it into two? Or will the cut surface irreparably harm the integrity of the wheel? I realize it won't produce a winning wheel either way, but am wondering if a decent aging of a split wheel will be better than the tall wheel never developing properly at all.