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just about to eat value beans expired date 2005!!!

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banned8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
just about to have some tesco value beans expired date 2005 .. they taste like ..............
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banned#1
Yum :thumbsup:
#2
So no different from the in date ones then! :)
#3
If you don't come back and tell us what they taste like, shall we dial 999?
#4
av yea stopped throwing up yet??????
banned#5
mmmm update shortly
#6
lol did you pull this out of the attic
banned#7
chicken?
banned#8
lee2008;2921047
lol did you pull this out of the attic

nope was looking for the branston beans and found this gem of a can hiding in the cupboard
:-D
banned#9
just adding hp for some taste ..bit watery
#10
did the beans have beards when you opened the tin:w00t:
banned#11
Hope you've got a wireless laptop that'll work in the bathroom coz that's where u may be sitting for the next few hours! :-D
banned#12
you still alive?
banned#13
mr miagi;2921074
did the beans have beards when you opened the tin:w00t:

are they supposed to be green ?:?
banned#14
mmm not rushing to the bathroom ...yet
#15
maybe the tesco value makes it safe for ever;)
#16
value beans from 2005......

i thought u were brave when u said they were value..but 3 years old as well...ur nuts!
#17
Tinned food lasts for years after its sell by date, just the manufactuers trying to make you throw them away so you'll by a new tin.
banned#18
this scientific experiment has gone well, not dead just yet.. washed down with a can of spritte caffeine free, and listening to Paul Roges live from Glasgow.. so all is well...
so there you go a rock and roll life style is king and out of date beans rock !!!..
note to self.. toilet roll to fridge for later:thumbsup:
#19
You are living life on the edge!!!! ;-)
#20
nee nor nee nor nee nor nee nor!!!!!
#21
ive eaten tin stuff over 10 years out of date and still was ok, if sealed 100% can be eaten decades down the line.
banned#22
feeling a bit peaky
#23
CANNED FOOD FACTS

Meals using canned ingredients are similar in nutritional and taste value to those made with fresh or frozen vegetables or fruit.
Canned products may be stored for at least two years from the date of processing. Theoretically, canned food has an almost indefinite shelf life at moderate temperatures (75° Fahrenheit and below). Even if the can is 100 years old, is intact, and is not leaking, its contents should be edible. Although most experts agree that canned food preserves its safety beyond two years, it may have some deviation in quality, e.g. change of colour or texture.
With this regard, presently, many canned products have a "for best quality use by" date stamped on the can; "expiry" date is less often found on canned food.
If you want to know the date a can was packed, address the manufacturer. Some food companies use codes combined from numbers or/and letters which may contain a date. For instance, a code "92543" may indicate that the product was packed in 1999 (the first number, nine, is the year), on the 254th day (middle three numbers), by the third shift (the last number is three).
If the can is damaged from the outside, that does not necessarily indicate damage to the food. For example, rust or dents do not affect the contents of the can. However, if the can is leaking, or if the ends are bulged, the food should not be used.
While processing some canned products, salt might be added to enhance the food's taste. However, canned food manufacturers provide different options today. Consumers, who are more sensitive to sodium, may find low-salt and no-salt canned products.
#24
as soon as the sell by date has gone i throw them in the bin
#25
mr miagi;2921256
as soon as the sell by date has gone i throw them in the bin


I use cans that are past their SBD and have never had any problems. Watched a BBC show on it a while ago, so always stock up on tinned tomatoes, beans etc when they're on special and then no rush to use :)
banned#26
moving to wireless laptop and going to bathroom :)
#27
dog_cop
moving to wireless laptop and going to bathroom :)


:giggle:
#28
see yea in an hour or so:roll:
#29
dog_cop
moving to wireless laptop and going to bathroom :)


Mind you don't " spill the beans ".. ;-)
#30
The problem is... if it is off usual indication would be bulged tin where gases are built up by the bacteria, the cause of this is usually something really nasty.. like 'botulism' and by the time you feel the need to grab wireless laptop and head for the bog, you might as well head for the shed and grab a spade and start digging your own hole.

Basically for the sake of 18p :whistling:
banned#31
suze;2921342
:giggle:

ah thats better feel about half a stone lighter :-D
#32
.......DEATH! :giggle:
banned#33
Celticsun;2921360
The problem is... if it is off usual indication would be bulged tin where gases are built up by the bacteria, the cause of this is usually something really nasty.. like 'botulism' and by the time you feel the need to grab wireless laptop and head for the bog, you might as well head for the shed and grab a spade and start digging your own hole.

Basically for the sake of 18p :whistling:

12p this is deal site :thumbsup:
#34
Times surely cant be that hard where you are so hungry to eat out of date items. Thats wrong.
#35
Nice :?
#36
I think they are ok til almost forever
#37
....doing well I see!
banned#38
Ever seen Ghost Ship? that put me off out dated canned food for a while.
banned#39
Not that I am in any way concerned, but are you still alive:whistling:
banned#40
yes alive and well thanks an no infractions or multiple identity disorders :)

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