Foods You Can Eat Past Their Expiration Dates
By Ramsha Nayab
Butter is a durable food. If you intend to use it within a reasonable amount of time, keep it in the fridge. It can be frozen if not.
As long as they are stored in a cold, dry environment, you can use the food in those cans for up to five years after the expiration date.
Only a few days in the refrigerator are sufficient for raw meat and poultry. They can be frozen, though, and stored after their expiration date.
The only food that is known to last forever is honey. It is difficult for bacteria or other microbes to impact it since it is formed of sugar, which makes it resistant to infection.
Dry pasta will last long past the expiration date. Because it doesn't contain water or any other liquid, it will stay fresh if it is kept in a dry place in an airtight container.
Unopened jars of peanut butter with preservatives can keep up to a year past the printed date. Keep the jars in the refrigerator.
When unopened, yogurt will last two to three weeks in the refrigerator past the date on the container. It will be good for up to two months in the freezer.
Uncooked rice can last 30 years if kept in an oxygen-free container. Regular white rice will last up to five years