How long does Brie last in fridge?
Just so, how can you tell if Brie has gone bad?
The Look, Feel, and Smell When buying Brie, don't be shy. Pick it up and poke it a bit. If you can, peel back some of the wrapping to see how it looks and take a whiff. The odor is a sure sign the cheese has gone bad.
Secondly, can you eat Brie past its use by date?
Use the Brie sell by date as a suggestion rather than a bible. When Brie hits the supermarket shelves, it still has two to three weeks to go in the aging process. For Brie, these are the dates food will reach its most flavorful peak. Stored properly, it's fine to carry on eating the Brie in the next week or so as well.
Most doctors would advise you to stay away from soft cheeses like Brie, Roquefort, Gorgonzola, Camembert or any other mold-ripened cheese if you have a mold allergy. Other species of mold may produce mycotoxins that can be dangerous and make you quite sick.