Can I eat this? redux

Knowing that I’d missed at least one Can I eat this? question posed to AskMe, I scoured the archives… and found even more than before:

- Freezer fiasco
- “Sell-Before” Sauerbraten
- highly suspect pork
- lots of suspect pork!
- Another crockpot/chicken question
- Spam from the trunk of a car

- five-day-old pizza dough
- refreezing thawed hash browns and fries
- overnight rice
a nice puttanesca, perhaps?
- pasta, canned sauce, and canned fish, all past their “Best Before” dates

- backpack Velveeta and cupboard Colby
- The positively Biblical-sounding honey from a fallen hive
- 13-year-old triple bock
- Why must I cook Patak’s curry paste?
really miscellaneous
- I can’t stop eating sand.

- fizzy tomato sauce
- fizzy salad dressing
- fermented applesauce

- Kulfi: explosive, poisonous, both, or neither?

putatively healthful
- Is this health drink harmful?

a splash of color
- Why has my garlic gone blue?
- Wait — why has my garlic turned blue?
- Okay, then, why has my garlic turned fluorescent green?
- Why is my coconut milk blue?
I am participating in NaBloPoMo.

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One thought on “Can I eat this? redux

  1. Gah. I could hardly even read this list without getting the all-night-shivers. My rule is, if I am wondering, it is out of here. That being said, J. questioned me on an opened container of chicken broth that had been in the fridge for a few days, and as I said, “I’d probably toss it”, he poured it into the pot.
    Of course it was fine.
    “honey from a fallen hive” —how wonderful.
    Honey has been used as an antiseptic-it is so viscous that air cannot penetrate, and bacteria cannot grow.

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