I cooked chicken mince 3 days over use by date


#21

The last butter I bought is pretty easy to spread cold, I don’t know why, it’s unusual but it tastes proper butter, it is allegedly proper butter… It’s a little but important difference, it’s still not super soft, it’s butter but our bread is dense. Mine is soft but I don’t actually care about spreading, a slice works for me. It’s still nice if the butter is a tad softer.

But I don’t see the problem and margarine is crap so of course we buy butter. We keep a little bit in the butter container so it’s soft and the rest of the 250g brick (sometimes 100g but the big ones are more common and usually they go on sale) in the fridge so everything is well. It would spoil if we didn’t refridgerate most of it but we eat it in moderation.


#22

my butter is fridge all the time

I MELT in a high heat pan my butter at all times LOL so no issues ever.

the carby family can deal with their own ‘needing softy’ butter issues, I just don’t care enough on that one HAHA


(Laurie) #23

I might eat meat a day or two after the date. It depends. For example, the ground beef I buy in sealed tubes, yes. But if it’s store wrapped, no.

I’ve had food poisoning and other “bad food” reactions to meat and bread, well before the expiration date. So you never know, really.