Table of Condiments That Periodically Go Bad

Table of Condiments

Sometimes I just don’t know when my mustard is going to expire. Or what if I make a hollandaise sauce from scratch – how long can I keep it around? Well, have no fear, the “Table of Condiments that Periodically Go Bad” is here to help you through your terribly important concerns.

I know this is a little bit hard to read, but I thought it was super cute so I just had to share. To view it larger, simply click on the photo or right here. While this information isn’t guaranteed to be accurate, the ballpark estimates are actually quite useful!

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  • melissa

    that’s actually really cool. I emailed it to myself to keep. :)

  • Sarah P.

    This is so cool. I don’t know how many times I have questioned whether a condiment is good or not. Thanks!

  • kittie

    Cool! Good find – thanks for sharing!

  • cookinpanda

    This is great. I have it bookmarked.

  • veron

    I saw a similar one for desserts but I could find it available anymore.

  • monkuwino

    That’s a great table – thanks! Although after perusing it I see that our refrigerator contains many overdue items in it… hmm. I thought soy sauce lasted about 20 years!

  • Lydia (The Perfect Pantry)

    This is really fun — will have to post it on the wall of my pantry!

  • Karen

    Love your list. I do, however, have one question. Is the expiration date on the honey accurate? When taking a SafeServ class I was told that honey is the one food that never expires.

  • Marc

    Thanks for this. It’s very useful as a starting point. I usually refer to “Timing is Everything,” by Jack Piccolo. That book has a list of shelf lifes. Great book to grab used online.

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