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Questions specifically about the expected shelf life of a food item.

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No. When you can something, the temperature and pressure kill bacteria and micro-organisms. Once its exposed to air, you're exposing it to bacteria and micro-organisms. Despite you thinking the spo …
answered Feb 19 '17 by Batman
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We store ours in the freezer in a ziploc bag (this prevents humidity from taking its toll). Lasts years without degradation (not sure how many -- certainly 3 or 4+).
answered Feb 19 '17 by Batman
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I'll use (cow) milk as an example, but the idea is the same for other products like juices and fake milks. In the case of milk, the milk you get in tetrapak cartons (shelf stable milk) is ultra-high …
answered May 3 '16 by Batman