Melted is cheese is cheese which has been melted at a certain heat to so that it becomes more pliable.
Cheese is an emulsion of dairy fat and water which is held together by proteins. When it is warmed to around 90 degrees Fahrenheit its fat reaches a liquid state and the cheese becomes more pliable and some even begin to bead with ‘sweat’.
When they get even hotter all the bonds start to break and the structure of the proteins begins to break and it becomes gooey.
So can gerbils eat melted cheese?
Unfortunately they can’t eat cooked food at all, even melted cheese.