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Have you ever found yourself asking whether or not something is still safe to eat? I know I do! Especially when you consider all the different markings on labels: sell by, use by, expires on, etc. Well here at Still Tasty you will find the answers to your questions.
The site is divided into three categories, they are:
Keep it or Toss it – this is a guide to whether or not you should keep a food item or toss it. It is divided into food categories to make it quick and easy for you to find the item you have questions about.
The categories are: fruits, vegetables, eggs & dairy, meat & poultry, fish & shellfish, nuts & legumes, grains & pasta, condiments & oils, herbs & spices, snacks & sweets, baked goods, and last but not least, beverages. As you can see, they really break it down.
If you know exactly what you’re looking for you can also use the search engine provided above the categories. Just type in your item, and click the search button.
Your Questions Answered – here you will find a listing of food safety questions that you may have always wanted the answer to. For example: is it safe to refreeze thawed meat? If you have a question that hasn’t been answered yet, click the link after the question and you’ll be taken to a page that will provide you with the e-mail address to send your questions to.
Shelf Talk – this section is a series of food articles. One I think everyone should read and pass along is: Expiration Dates: Should You Pay Attention? There is a lot of helpful information in it about the different kinds of dates that you find on food products. You’ll also find an article on keeping your fruits tasty, and one on three different way to defrost foods.
This is a great site that helps take the guess work out of whether your food is still good to keep or not. Check it out today!
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