#1
I risked an expired tomato and cheese soup last night... I regret that now.

Could have been worse but to add insult to injury, my milk could have been fresher/in date too.

Edit: I BLAME THE DAIRY! *Waves fist in air.

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#2
Food isn't in my cupboard/fridge/whatever long enough to go out of date
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#3
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Edit: I BLAME THE DIARY! *Waves fist in air.

Have you?


What's the diary got to do with it?
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#4
I'll eat stuff that's past it's 'best before' date, assuming there's nothing obviously wrong with it.

Never anything that's past its 'use by' date though.
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Food isn't in my cupboard/fridge/whatever long enough to go out of date

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#6
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What's the diary got to do with it?

Personal then, I guess, IDK... One time, me and my friend were walking from town back home, this was many years ago. Came across a trolley outside the shop and, were drunk; the trolley/wrack thing with a lock that had milk, we were young; we helped ourselves and, it was expired and the next day I was 'sick as a dog'.
Only now, in 2013 at the ripe old age of 26 do I do risk drinking expired milk again.

Damn expired out of date milk & cheese.... Damn cheese. The cheese was a month past, and I heated it really good to compensate, and the date on the milk that didn't smell so bad (1% fat milk) was 2 days expired.
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Personal then, I guess, IDK... One time, me and my friend were walking from town back home, this was many years ago. Came across a trolley outside the shop and, were drunk; the trolley/wrack thing with a lock that had milk, we were young; we helped ourselves and, it was expired and the next day I was 'sick as a dog'.
Only now, in 2013 at the ripe old age of 26 do I do that again.

Damn expired out of date milk & cheese.... Damn cheese. The cheese was a month old, and I heated it really good to compensate, and the date on the milk that didn't smell so bad (1% fat milk) was 2 days expired.


You could've at least Bel-Air'd me, man. At the very least.
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#8
It's possible that food in Croydon just sucks.

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Oh are we not doing that anymore?
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#9
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It's possible that food in Croydon just sucks.

Unless it's horse meat, it's fine, if you consume it with in time and keep it stored right...

I didn't want to waste my money.
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#10
I've drank a crate of Fosters 3 months after it expired. Surprisingly didn't taste much worse than Fosters usually does.

I always freeze food before it goes off anyway, and I don't drink milk or anything, so I barely ever have the problem.
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#11
I risked some refigerated chicken 3 days after it was cooked. Seems fine.
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#12
i ate buttloads of popcorn and then i ate some expired food

and then i puked buttloads of popcorn

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#13
Once I drank some bad milk.. I threw up blood.
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#14
Most food i buy is reduced stuf expiring that day. Dont eat much dairy so its not a problem for me. I don't usually eat stuff more than 5 days out of date though. If it looks and smells ok then it don't bother me when the expiration was, plus you save a lot of money
#16
Last week after finishing a Powerade, I looked at the bottle to find that the expiry date was October last year...
#19
One time, i ate some meatballs, and i'm not sure if they had been open for too long, or if i just undercooked them a little, but they made me sick for the whole of the next day, it was horrible. I had trouble just looking at meatballs for a while after that, but now i can eat them.
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#21
People worry far too much about sell by and use by dates. Just look at the food itself and see if it looks and smells fine. People throw away a ridiculous amount of food that is fine to eat because they're so strict with best before dates. It's just a guide, not an order, and mainly for the people selling it to cover themselves in case it's off. I've eaten fish, meat, and dairy all days out of date and been fine.

You should not eat food because it actually is off, not just because the packaging says you shouldn't eat it.
#22
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What's the diary got to do with it?

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#23
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I'll eat stuff that's past it's 'best before' date, assuming there's nothing obviously wrong with it.

Never anything that's past its 'use by' date though.

I'll do both. Supermarkets have to make an early estimate of a use by date so they don't get sued/have to give out refunds. I've drank milk a few days out of "use by" that's been perfectly fine. Same with cream and other dairy products. Heaps of stuff with preservatives and/or lots of sugar and salt will last months longer than the "best before" date as well. Unless you're a ****** it's pretty easy to tell when something is actually "out of date."

Obvious exceptions are chicken (which isn't always obvious and can kill you) and sometimes veggies and fruits which look fine on the surface bit are rotting on the inside.

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Random fact: All crisp packets in the UK go off on a Saturday. Tis true! Check it!

That's because they'd last forever if they never got opened and the manufacturers just approximate it. That date must just be an approximate time that the glue holding the packet together starts letting air in.

(This is speculation.)

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I risked some refigerated chicken 3 days after it was cooked. Seems fine.

I do that all the time. Chicken lasts a lot longer cooked than it does raw.

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I've drank a crate of Fosters 3 months after it expired. Surprisingly didn't taste much worse than Fosters usually does.

I always freeze food before it goes off anyway, and I don't drink milk or anything, so I barely ever have the problem.

Beer is pretty hard to spoil unless it's in a clear glass and you leave it in the sun.
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#24
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One time, i ate some meatballs, and i'm not sure if they had been open for too long, or if i just undercooked them a little, but they made me sick for the whole of the next day, it was horrible. I had trouble just looking at meatballs for a while after that, but now i can eat them.

Exact same situation here. I couldn't stand the smell or look for about half a year. Diarrhea, throwing up, mild fever. I've been very anal about cooking food since.
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#25
I ate some hotdogs that were a few months expired. They had turned a bit greyish, but there was no effect whatsoever. I need to stop eating garbage.
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#26
No wonder people are dying so young nowadays. You all eat expired food!
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#27
One of my main tasks at work is checking the expiration dates on foods (and occasionally other items, such as toothpaste). From what I have learned, certain foods don't necessarily get worse right away. Example being, if you were to eat some goldfish a day after the "best by..." date, they might be a little stale at most. Milk, on the other hand, you want to try to consume well before the date, because that can mess with your digestive system

Me, I've eaten some foods beyond the date. Some foods it really makes no difference, others I don't take the chance on. Bread and Dairy in particular I try not to let expire
#28
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That's because they'd last forever if they never got opened and the manufacturers just approximate it. That date must just be an approximate time that the glue holding the packet together starts letting air in.

(This is speculation.)

That wouldn't explain why it's always saturdays though (assuming it is).

If they were estimating that I'd assume they'd just go a standard number of days from sealing.


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I risked some refigerated chicken 3 days after it was cooked. Seems fine.

Also I've just realised what this said. People think cooked chicken that has been in the fridge for three days is a risk? Christ people are more neurotic about this than I thought...
#29
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That wouldn't explain why it's always saturdays though (assuming it is).

If they were estimating that I'd assume they'd just go a standard number of days from sealing.


It's not always a Saturday, I can tell you this for a fact.

As far as packaging, that might make sense for items that don't really go bad. I can see some items as just going stale, but not really "bad"
#31
i used to work with a guy who ate 6 month old expired yoghurt...everyday, he just bought it fresh and kept it in his garage. it smelled horrible and had a green colour. it was really one of the most gross things i ever saw. but he never was sick from it.
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#32
my job is to stop out of date stuff being sold. you should employ me to live in your fridge.
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