Wednesday, January 09, 2013

Hidden Treasures

So I was ecstatic when I 'found' this amongst all the stuff in my pantry:
 
Kaya!

Bingo! It's akin to finding 20 bucks in your car.
And then, I noticed this:
'Baik Sebelum 28 July 2008' (Best before).
Which begs the question. Do I risk it?
After all, the expiration dates are only a 'suggestion', right? And seeing how Malaysian food is more valuable than gold, you can't be throwing these away.
Can you?
And 4 years isn't that long.
Is it?

My wife keeps telling me to trash expired food. Often, I ignore her and still use the spices that are years old. I imagine one of these days I'm going to die of food poisoning, and she's going to have on my tombstone: "I told you so"
 

5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

worth the risk i say

2:46 PM  
Blogger iml said...

No. Junk it as it contains coconut milk and egg. If desperate, do check the website for simple kaya recipe.

9:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't plssssssss the next time i travel to US i buy you a 4 cans of those......

8:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't plssssss the next time i travel to US i buy you 4 cans of those or better ones...

8:36 PM  
Anonymous ET said...

I have always been doing this. Used a laksa paste that expired like 3 years. But no side effect from it. haha.

8:02 PM  

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