A few years ago you bought three cans of sweetened condensed milk to make caramel for a dessert recipe you wanted to try out. Today, while cleaning up the pantry, you found one of the cans buried in a cabinet. Obviously, it’s already past the date on the label. Does sweetened condensed milk go bad? […]
So you bought some feta cheese for a salad or a homemade pizza recipe you wanted to try out. You used half of the block and wonder: does feta cheese go bad?
So there’s this half-open container of Philadelphia cream cheese in your fridge. It’s opened for a couple of days, and you wonder: does cream cheese go bad?
So you find yourself with blue cheese that’s nearing the date on its package. That’s when you ask yourself: does blue cheese go bad?
So you’ve bought a big block of parmesan on a sale to use as a topping for your casseroles. And as time goes by, you wonder: does parmesan cheese go bad?
So you added sour cream to baked potatoes or a salad dressing, and you’re left with a half-open container. One week later you start to wonder: does sour cream go bad? And how long can you store an opened sour cream?
There was this big sale and you stocked up on yogurt. You bought too many and now you have a few yogurts nearing the date on the label. Does yogurt go bad?
So there’s a bottle of buttermilk sitting in the fridge for a couple of weeks. It’s past the date on the label and you’re wondering: does buttermilk go bad?
Does butter go bad? Unfortunately it does. This article describes how to tell if butter is bad and how to store it to maintain its freshness for a long time ..