Bought a package of Reynolds Brand 50 Aluminum Sheets from local grocery store here in Texas, USA for ~USD3 to use to wrap my Blue Limburgers
for longer term aging. They are 50 to a box, pre-cut 14 in x 10.25 in or 35.5 cm x 26 cm, no details on the thickness/gauge/mill.
They are different from standard aluminum foil in that feel slightly thinner and are definitely more flexible, easier to fold/fit to any shape, plus they have a non-smooth stippled finish. I've checked Reynold's Product Details
webpage and no reason for the special stippled finish, so I'm guessing that it makes them more flexible. I've emailed Reynold's asking the reason and if it is from micro-perforating as done on the ones available from Australian CheeseLinks.com.au
Has anyone found foil wraps for cheese anywhere other than Australian CheeseLinks.com.au?