Spotted this infographic from HellaWella on the FoodRepublic website, and I think a few things are important to note, here:
- The difference in time between the refrigerated time and the frozen time;
- The lack of fruits or vegetables on here, and
- The fact that some of these are things you can easily stock up on during a sale, store in a freezer and hold onto for the future.
Looking at this infographic just makes me want to buy an additional freezer. Those of you who cowpool or jar/can/preserve fruits and veggies might want to consider doing the same.
According to this chart I should have expired a long time ago. I go well beyond these time limits.
This is a very helpful graphic. I do have ONE burning question that often does prevent me from buying/eating my fruits and veggies – I feel like they don’t last very long. Generally how long can they keep in the fridge? I mean, I know not to eat it if it’s changing colors and growing fuzz, but I am scared to death of eating rotten food (that goes for meats, dairy, whatever….)
I believe this might help you, but if not, don’t hesitate to ask for detail. 🙂
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