Good job! So you do visit Dictionary.com
But let's look at the context of the second definition:
2. A molded mass of this substance.
Here, "mold" is a verb rather than a noun. And I quote (Dictionary.com):
v. mold·ed, mold·ing, molds
1. To shape in or on a mold.
2. To form into a particular shape; give shape to.
3. To guide or determine the growth or development of; influence: a teacher who helps to mold the minds of his students.
4. To fit closely by following the contours of.
5. To make a mold of or from (molten metal, for example) before casting.
6. To ornament with moldings.
The real noun, therefore, would be "mass." So cheese is a "mass" rather than a "mold."
Perhaps «°~Envy™~°» should start spending even more time at Dictionary.com instead of hanging around forums where she subconsciously absorbs the bad English that, unfortunately, many Internet users use. You're a very funny person, «°~Envy™~°», and I'm sure we would enjoy your jokes more once they make sense.
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