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Fine: pasta, rice, mayonnaise, butter, beer, spirits.
that aren't milk
You just have to believe.
Nothing worse than pouring bad milk into a tea of coffee.
I got criticised for being a 'milk sniffer' once.
Surely better to sniff it than pour lumpy milk into coffee?
but when you add it to tea or coffee you get those little white bits of curdled milk.
Spirits don't have an expiry date do they? Also, apparently honey never goes off if you keep it dry.
I probably should have titled this thread "Things that never go off"
Someone recently found some tinned corned beef from the 1950s washed up on a beach which was found to still be found.
With regards honey, they've taken jars of honey out of the pyramids that was still edible.
They also brought up some wine from The Mary Rose, but apparently that was generally considered unpalatable...
but shit (as in they lose their flavour).
can give you weird heartburn though
it was there for the taking
and if it solidifies just heat the container in hot water till it goes back to normal
But mayonnaise stays fine for ages.
You reckon it's still good? Might have it for tea tonight if so.
"We don't add any preservatives or stabilizers- just the good stuff. Our products don't have a massive shelf life and we are proud of it. Only fresh will do. "
There's no dairy or anything in it to go off...
KFC it is.
Even then if it's 1 or 2 days past, if it smells okay, I'll eat it.
They change the use by dates all the time depending on left over stock. I think once they are vacuum wrapped they are fine for a good while. Once air is in though it starts going brown fast. 60% red and I think it's fine.
who ate rancid meat. Pork that was slimy and shimmery, chicken that smelt....foul. He'd just chop it up and cook away - cooking amplifies the rancid meat smell like you wouldn't want to believe
yet somehow he never got ill.
I think it's great what they do but I couldn't do it myself.
over cautious to cover their backs, so most things bought from a supermarket I reckon
It takes some serious mould for me to throw something out. Usually cut around the mould if possible and salvage the rest.