ANSWERS: 5
  • Miso paste...It was over three years old when I purchased it two years ago.
    • Linda Joy
      How long does it last? What do you use it in? I don't think I've ever eaten miso, and when I first saw it I thought pesto instead.
    • Amaris
      I thought pesto too..
    • Azlotto
      @Linda. Miso is technically non-perishable food. The longer Miso paste ages, the better it gets. I use it to make Miso soup...https://www.justonecookbook.com/homemade-miso-soup/
    • Azlotto
      Video about making Miso soup: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lH7pgsnyGrI
    • Linda Joy
      Like cheese, fine wine, and a good woman! I'm not a big fan of soup, but I'll check it out.
  • Cotto salami. It stayed unopened for too long so I froze it..now I’m using it
    • Linda Joy
      Not a big fan of salami. Do you use it in sandwiches? My mom used to get a package with 3 or 4 different sandwich meats in it. I liked the ham and cheese loaf. I didn't like pimento loaf, bologna or the big black peppercorns that were in the salami. But not all salami is made with big peppercorns. The salami at Subway is not like that. I handled a lot of salami the two years I managed Subway. Its in the BMT's.
  • Water. It is neither produced nor consumed, only moved around and stored for some period of time anywhere from about a week to 20,000 years, depending on where it lands. We could be drinking the same water that Einstein, Michelangelo, Augustus, or some dinosaurs once drank. Remember to floss.
  • Can't really tell you. I do remember brewing some coffee from very old grounds once for my gf & she thought it tasted unusually fresh!
  • Protein powder,

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