We’ve all been there.
You open the fridge/pantry door and stare at the contents, trying to think of what to feed you and your family. You grab the pasta you made three days ago, take a sniff and wonder how safe it still is.
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You look at the cheese, covered in mould and wonder if you remember Year 7 biology correctly when they say mould is really good for you. Because you really want the cheese with your wine.
If it’s just you, you probably risk it. Eh. What’s the worst that can happen, right?
Where as if you are feeding it to your kids… the last thing you want to give them is food poisoning.
Well guess what?
You no longer need to wonder.
Still Tasty has been created with just you (and me and everyone else really) in mind.
They provide a comprehensive guide of everything you can find in your pantry, fridge or freezer with when to chuck and when to keep times.
Still Tasty says that “sell by” dates or “best before” or “use by” aren’t always 100%. Sometimes food is still good for longer.
So, I asked everyone in the office what is the one thing they are always wondering whether to keep or chuck. This is what I found: