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10 Foods You Should Never Eat Past Their Expiry Date

Ground beef

Ground beef is an unpredictable meat, in both its preservation and preparation. Of course, we all know it’s crucial to cook it well to avoid getting sick.

Ground pork

If you don’t and you eat expired meat, you are increasing the chances of contracting various diseases, such as food poisoning.


Just like with ground beef, never play Russian roulette with fish. Once you’ve reached the expiry date, you’ll need to eat it or throw it away.

Pre-made salads

The pre-made salads found at the grocery store are wonderful, as long as you consume them before their expiry date!


Even when you respect the expiry date, if they were poorly stored or handled, they could have been contaminated by bacteria when fished.


Raspberries are highly perishable. It is recommended that they be eaten shortly after being purchased.


Strawberries don’t keep more than three days in the refrigerator. Thereafter, they become quite soft and shriveled.

Soft cheese

With most hard cheeses, you can cut off the mold and eat the rest. However, with soft cheeses, like feta or brie, it’s not a good idea to do so.


Pasteurization eliminates most bacteria present in milk. However, there is nothing to guarantee that the milk wasn’t contaminated thereafter.

Homemade whipped cream

If you’re making homemade whipped cream, it’s important to eat it quickly; not because it will make you sick, but because it will lose its texture.