You decided to go through all the foods stored in the pantry and get rid off whatever is expired or spoiled. During the process, you stumbled upon an old package of dry lentils, and you started thinking: “do dry lentils even go bad?“. Or perhaps there was a can of lentils in the far corner […]
So there’s a bag of dried beans sitting in the pantry for quite some time already. You meant to use the beans a long time ago, but something else always came up. And now you’re ready, so the only question that remains is this: do dried beans go bad? Or maybe beans are a staple […]
So smoked salmon was on sale, and you decided to stock up. You bought a few more packages than you can use, so you wonder: does smoked salmon go bad?
You bought a package of jerky, and found it really tasty. But you’re not much of a meat eater, so it will take time until you finish it. Does jerky go bad?
So you’ve bought a few packs of lunch meat ham in the deli. The price was really good, so you stocked up. And then you started thinking: does ham go bad?
If you don’t use eggs often, it’s easy to be left wondering if that carton is still good. Especially if you only buy eggs every few weeks. Do eggs go bad?
So, you’ve made a few more hard-boiled eggs than you can use within a couple of days. How long will they last, and do hard boiled eggs go bad?
If you ever considered buying lunch meat in bulk, the question “does deli meat go bad?” probably popped in your head immediately.
So maybe you bought tofu for the first time, procrastinated on making the dish you set out to, and now it’s nearing the date on the label. Does tofu go bad?