The thoughts of me and my dog who used to be Harvey, but is now George, who is Harvey's great-great-great-great-nephew.
Eat it'BEST BEFORE': foods are still safe to eat after the date as long as they are not damaged, deteriorated or perished * The 'best before' date simply indicates that the product may have lost some its quality after this date passes. * Foods can be legally sold after a 'best before' date (as long as they are not damaged, deteriorated or perished). * You can expect these foods to retain their colour, taste, texture and flavour as long as they are stored correctly. * Common 'best before' foods include canned foods, cereals, biscuits, sauces, chocolate, sugar, flour and frozen foods.From http://www.foodauthority.nsw.gov.au/consumers/food-labels/label-facts/best-before-and-use-by-dates/
Eat it or bring it on Tuesday and watch me eat it and see if i keel over afterwards
Eaten. I shall blame you, furtheron, if I die.
Give hubby a bit and wait ten minutes! What are we men for?
Ah too late I see!
We shared it, jams. It had a very slightly past its best flavour but still good!
Ah, too late here, too. If you want advice from this side of the pond, you will have to wait till we wake up.
Good . You ate it . And , of course , you survived .The sell by date is only a guide line .... even salt has a sell by date , here .Salt ?????!
HOW, HOW did you keep it so long?!!!!!!!!(I'm with Graham)
glad to see you have eaten it... never let chocolate go to waste :-)
HOW could you have FORGOTTEN you had CHOCOLATE in your DESK???? lol
Nothing to worry about. Most best-by dates are a load of nonsense. I once had some grated parmesan that was two years past its best-by date. It tasted fine and I'm still alive to tell the tale.
Sorry, katney. I couldn't leave chocolate that long!!Salt, sonata? The world has gone crazy.it must have dropped down the back of my papers and I forgot about it, sub!Absolutely, sally.I must have hidden it from myself and then forgotten it, leslie!
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