10 foods you can eat after expiration date
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    I never got to the end, what an annoying website. Kept wanting me to sign up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by josantoro View Post
    I never got to the end, what an annoying website. Kept wanting me to sign up.
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    Thanks for sharing, like you said, no brainers.

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    They were really obvious ones, but probably not the MOST obvious ones. Any kind of cured meat can go way over the sell by date, fruit and veg often does (apples for example are stored in warehouses for 6 months, then go on the shelves with a sell-by date a week or two ahead) it's easy to judge fruit and veg just by looking at it. Most candy is fine, in fact anything with lots of sugar, fresh juices keep longer than they say (if the carton starts to bulge it's probably fermenting which might give you gas, but won't make you sick). Marmalade and jam etc last forever practically as well.

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    We don't have salmonella, but have to label the eggs after the EU standard. They can be used at least three months past the sell-by date. DH doesn't think they taste as well, I can't tell the difference.
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    I didn't go to the site. We've eaten water-pack tofu months after the sell by date. If it smells good, it's good. It if stinks, it's bad.

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