Shelf Life Questions
Bought Wellshire Farms Turkey Liverwurst a couple of weeks ago to see if we liked it before committing to a more Paleo-friendly version. Liked it...pulled it out of the fridge today with a sell-by/freeze-by date of 2/3. Is it still good? It was... (more)
Considering it's not February 3rd, I don't know what the issue is. Sell-by is not consume-by. Generally dates used on food are overly cautious. Consume-by is at least a week beyond sell-by. Often closer to 4-6 weeks.
In case it matters, it's the Endangered Species Brand and the packaging is paper/folded so I don't think it's particularly air-tight. BTW, there's no date stamp on the bar so I don't know exactly how old it is. Does the lack of a date stamp mean... (more)
Primary Mind Primal Body claims that 99% of nutrients are destroyed by radiation and I think virtually all non-organic produce is irradiated since it doesn't have to be disclosed. Meanwhile, you have groups like EWG claiming that organic is only... (more)
I would like to do some weekend cooking to make things easier and faster during the week. How long would things stay fresh? I'm not asking how long do they last (how quickly eaten) in your house. I'm talking shelf life. For example: Dozen... (more)
Pasteurized and/or irradiated foods are known to be depleted of some vitamins, enzymes and proteins. At the same time, these processes can cause a 3 to 5 log kill of pathogens and extend shelf life. Sometimes it's difficult to separate the... (more)
I purchased an 8oz box of Cocoa: ingredients cocoa powder dutch processed with alkakli. I got it to add to my raw milk. I've never much liked plain milk but wanted to experience the pro-ported health benefits raw milk and cocoa. The clerk... (more)
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