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Chatsworth | Feb 15, 202112:06 PM     73

I know people's tolerance (or not) for food past its expiration date has come up often, but I had to share that I finally opened a tub of Greek yogurt with a date of May 10, 2020. If there had been even a whiff of it being off, I would have dumped it, but it is perfectly, wonderfully fine.

With jars and cans I don't usually even check unless it's for a Food Bank donation, but with dairy I do. What are others' practices/tolerances?

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