I remember in year 2 in primary school our scripture teacher gave us candy canes. It was Christmas you see. We all started eating and she said candy never went off. I don't suppose it does, unless you leave it in the car on a hot day lol. Many tears there...
Kind of scary - I know someone who had a loaf of "Bunny" brand bread for 6 months, and it never molded. Something doesn't seem right about that. :->
I see cans of waxed beans sometimes that look like they are about 50 years old. Maybe they never go bad?
I have heard that honey doesn't go bad, but I don't necessarily believe that. Honey has a tendancy to crystalize over time, the crystals forming on little bits of protein naturally left in the honey, usually. One food I know never spoils is sugar, but that is only as long as it is kept dry. There is also debate that wine never spoils if it is bottled correctly (it may taste horrible, but it's still drinkable) and liquor in general doesn't spoil... however, whether liquor can be considered a food really depends on the person, generally it's not... Anyways, I can see me ranting on this for a long time so I'll stop here.
Well not sure about dried beans and pulses. If kept air tight they must be ok for years.
I got a bag of blackeyed beans a few years back and it said BBD 2015!
by Holly7 years ago
Do people really dislike others based on appearance? Do we pass judgment and pass over the opportunity to know someone because of their physical appearance? I’m not just referring to people we view as unattractive...
by the pink umbrella6 years ago
Okay, im facebook friends with my high school boyfriend, and he asked me if id like to go for coffee and catch up. he's married, and i have a boyfriend, well kinda. I am not out to be a cheaty cheater, im just not sure...
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