What happens if you eat pasta that has expired


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Guys, I'm so stupid ... I ate pasta 4 years ago ... so in a soup ... I only ate 5 spoons, but I'm still worrying now!
Now my question: how bad is that? What can happen in the worst case? And when?
I almost go crazy here because I always pay close attention to it: ´ (!
I need encouragement, I'm straight in the end!
LG
Heart person

I wouldn't worry about dry stuff like pasta as long as it looked, smelled, and tasted normal. After all, it is only a MINIMUM best-before date.
I would work if I were you to rely more on the senses and less on a package label on this point. Easy on your nerves and your wallet.

How? Dry pasta and then cooked? Where should something be contaminated when it is cooked?

I think mold is unlikely if it was dry pasta.

Nothing happens there;) I don't see any problem with drying equipment. I still have rice here, which already took part in my move in 2009: biggrin:

As long as nobody lived there (and you would have seen THAT), they were still good, don't worry. :)

As long as nobody lived there (and you would have seen THAT), they were still good, don't worry. :)

Even beetles would certainly not have caused any problems, as long as they were cooked well :)


Oh, thank you guys, now you've been able to calm me down a bit: -) !!!

How, what can live in it? Help! I always do the same
so terribly crazy :-(!

And if something wasn't good, how does the body react there and when?

Oh thank you dear ones, now you have been able to calm me down a bit: -) !!!

How, what can live in it? Help! I always do the same
so terribly crazy :-(!


Take a look at nice pictures of the bread beetle: good: It likes to move in where there is starch. Bread, flour, bag of soups - sometimes they are even in the wallpaper.

Oh dear, I prefer not to do that .. otherwise I'll still imagine it ;-)
Oh help !! But I notice that when something was wrong, right?

And if something wasn't good, how does the body react there and when?

Nothing could have been contaminated with germs when you cooked it.

With bacteria, it would have to be quick, maybe a day, sometimes just hours. Mold can cause trouble from "now" to "in a few years". Or not at all, if it was a one-time thing.

There was nothing - you would have tasted that. And as I said: everything was boiled.

Oh dear, I prefer not to do that .. otherwise I'll still imagine it ;-)
Oh help !! But I notice that when something was wrong, right?

Do you still have leftovers from the dry pasta? If so, then try it out.

Okay, thank you for calming me down @Gummibaum :-) !!!
If I notice symptoms in the next few days, should I see a doctor?
Ok, I think too far ... just because I am not feeling well because of Hashi, am
I'm overly cautious there anyway and can't use anything additional :-(.

No, out of sheer anger and panic, I immediately threw away the whole bag and banished it to the garbage can in the garage: - /.

You're a mouse :) Nothing ever happened in your life. Show me the bacteria that can survive a minute-long boiling bath! There's nothing like that here.

Okay that's true again :-) that's not possible from a purely logical point of view!
And so I would have seen a bug or something !? And if they were eaten, that's fine too
not that bad right?
I'm really paranoid right now :-D thank you for helping me @ rubber tree <3

If I were you, I would immediately go to KH and have my stomach pumped out. But seriously now. In an earlier post you were upset that your aunt said you were mentally unstable, does your behavior from now on show that there is nothing to it?

I need encouragement, I'm straight in the end!

* head scratch * How old are you?

If something is bad, you can see it, smell it, taste it. Nothing goes bad "secretly" without being noticed. I would still eat noodles that are from 1960. Why not? Dry things last anyway. Sugar, for example, I think it never goes bad. Maybe damp and lumpy if it is stored incorrectly, but as long as it trickles, I would still eat it if it had been added as a gift in ancient Egypt.

Trust yourself more than what is printed on a pack. Smell it, try carefully, and if it still looks good, then you can eat it. No matter what the best before date is!

In an earlier post you were upset that your aunt said you were mentally unstable, does your behavior from now on show that there is nothing to it?

These are harsh words and can be very hurtful. I hope the heart man is not hurt by it !!!
But to be honest, that's what I thought too, I just didn't want to write it.
Although sometimes you have to be honest, because just brushing your stomach doesn't always help.

Therefore my request to you, heart man: please try not to understand it as an attack but as feedback that you might want to think about.

@ c.schnuffelblau: thank you for your words, very nice of you!
Of course it's not normal that I drove myself so crazy in
the moment yesterday. Today I also know that it was exaggerated.
I was just glad that there were lovely people like you or Gummibaum who
have calmed me down! Just because I'm not familiar with it and just now
start to cook myself (I am in my early 20s) shouldn't be offended and have
I don't care about the psyche either, I just didn't know any better ...

Just because I'm not familiar with it and just now
start cooking yourself (am in my early 20s)

That is the disadvantage of the internet: you don't see each other. But in the early twenties this is absolutely excusable! At that age I dumped my ex-husband's expensive alcoholic beverages because they had been open for so long and I thought you really can't drink them anymore .... ;-)

If something is bad, you can see it, smell it, taste it. Nothing goes bad "secretly" without being noticed. I would still eat noodles that are from 1960. Why not? Dry things last anyway. Sugar, for example, I think it never goes bad. Maybe damp and lumpy if it is stored incorrectly, but as long as it trickles I would still eat it

Well, with meat and sausage products I admit that I get a bit weird when they have been lying around for a long time / possibly. were also not continuously well cooled. Unfortunately, there is already one or the other thing that is no longer so healthy without you seeing, smelling or tasting it right away. But with everything else I am absolutely free of pain. A while ago I had a meal here with feta cheese gratin - it has been in the fridge for a good 3 months over the Mhd. Carefully examined, sniffed, tasted carefully and then added to the meal without hesitation. :)

I would still eat sugar even if it were a hard lump - scrape off what works;)

The worst thing that can happen to dried things, in particular, would be that they simply become dull and a bit bland.

So first take it easy and don't make you crazy;)

noodles are dough, flour, water and salt. there is not much that can spoil, and if so, it would be seen.

I would rather ask myself how you got the "firm bite". They must have been bone dry and almost crumbled when you took them out of the pack?

where you have to watch out is packaged sausage, as listeria can form there. It then tastes slightly sour. You can see yogurt when it has got a green hood.

: biggrin :: biggrin :: biggrin:

sorry, but that's too weird! :)

I thought this was a fun thread at first ... but that's really serious, right?

This is really funny!

Nothing really happens with pasta that you cook. and if ... then you would have tasted bad.

I know some people who react this way to the best before date and don't find it strange, because it tends to lead to absolutely good and edible food ending up in the trash for no reason. The only thing that helps is to enlighten, enlighten, enlighten.

You can see yoghurt when it has got a green hood.
hey absti, that's what we call: yoghurt with kiwi flavor: biggrin:


I know some people who react this way to the best-before date
Of course, because everything has to have a best-before date on everything: rolleyes: .... even with million-year-old Himalayan salt ......: _ o:

Well, with meat and sausage products I admit that I get a bit weird when they have been lying around for a long time / possibly. were also not continuously well cooled. Unfortunately, there is already one or the other thing that is no longer so healthy, without you seeing, smelling or tasting it right away.

Really? As a vegetarian, I've never dealt with it before, but I definitely trust a meat eater!
Yes, and otherwise I would also eat a tarnished feta. Or yogurt. Best before is also often thought to have expired afterwards. But not true! It's just halfway at least until then .... rather longer.



I would still eat sugar even if it were a hard lump - scrape off what works;)

* laughs * That's right!


The worst thing that can happen to dried things, in particular, would be that they simply become dull and a bit bland.

Exactly. Or flour could have gone rancid because I think there is still fats in it. But you would smell that. (Taste at the latest)

Huhu heart man! :)

There is a difference between use by date - use up by
I wouldn't want to eat anything afterwards

and the best before date, i.e. best before,
But that does not exclude that afterwards it is still edible

http://eatsmarter.de/ernaehrung/news/mindesthaltbarkeitdate


there are sensitive foods where you should be careful ...
Minced meat
Salmon etc.

Eggs can be tested for freshness using a bowl and water -
do you know him?

If you are just starting to learn cooking, we can help you
sometimes to carry some special features together, where one should exercise caution ...

For example, never eat eggplants raw

Only use nutmeg in small quantities - extreme dosages can lead to paralysis



LG Schnurzelchen

oh, the dish with the 4-year-old pasta, we need a name for it
maybe vintage pasta? : biggrin:


P.S. Something very embarrassing happened to me the other day - I had it in such a shaker can
Flour from the health food store - the other day the cupboard was rearranged - suddenly I couldn't believe my eyes -
in there it bounced like wild - ouch - I have nothing against living food, but this was it
too much of a good thing - I disposed of the flour along with the can - and when I went to the garbage can
kept very far away from me: rolleyes:

oh, the dish with the 4-year-old pasta, we need a name for it
maybe vintage pasta? : biggrin:

: good:

First of all: THANK YOU dear ones for being so good to me and not fooling me ... <3! It's really great to meet such lovely people here!

I really didn't know about the best-before date and it is good that you learn something from such activities, isn't it :)?

Above all cool, how much humor you approach the matter with, I feel much better:) !!!

So my "vintage noodles" (good idea: D) weren't firm to the bite, but somehow too soft, strange ... but maybe I cooked them too long, I have no idea: D!

@schnurzelchen: Oh how nice of you, thank you thank you thank you! I'll have a look at the link in a moment :)!

Hahaha oh god, that scares me ... it jumped in the flour can: D? Argh because I would have panic haha! what there is ...!

Oh man, you are great, you all feel depressed :)! If you still have tips, always give them up, I'm grateful for everyone!

Buddy of mine had biscuits from the 60s in his "one-man-feeding package" at the federal government ... were ok. :)

They were only for 1 man (: tongue: !!!) They were used to completely different things in the 60s!

Isch 'offe, you forget the freshness .....................

Buddy of mine had biscuits from the 60s in his "one-man-feeding package" at the federal government ... were ok. :)

You immediately feel the need to look at the century: biggrin:

Hi heart man,
Here are some foods listed that are special
Exercise caution

http://www.t-online.de/lifestyle/gesundheit/id_17300676/bohnen-eier-muslocken-die-20-gefaehrlichsten-lebensmittel.html

see the
20 most dangerous foods ......

LG Schnurzelchen

Buddy of mine had biscuits from the 60s in his "one-man-feeding package" at the federal government ... were ok. :)

is not called panzerkeks for nothing


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... Just because I'm not familiar with it and just now
start cooking yourself (am in my early 20s) ....

Are there actually no more home economics (cook) lessons in schools? (I ask because I'm a little older, but I still know that from my school days) I think that's a shame because you already learn the basics there. I find this very important .. not only in relation to "When is an LM bad?" but also in general how to handle food. You shouldn't complain that so much is thrown away / not knowing the nutritional values ​​/ where there is sugar everywhere, etc. etc., if the people don't know anything about it.
You can't assume that people will notice it from home. Earlier generations can e.g. don't cook ... unfortunately.

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I would recommend you to take a cooking course (vhs course or something), because nothing comes from nothing or it is certainly more memorable, makes more fun and easier to understand, how to teach everything dry and only theoretically from books :)

Take a look at the offer of your health insurance company - they often have health courses that involve cooking. AOK Nordost, for example, has an extra cooking course for young people. LG

OK. now comes the solution: that was around 1990;) ... still daring to risk something like that ...

OK. now comes the solution: that was around 1990;) ... still daring to risk something like that ...

hmm why? if they were still airtight / vacuum-sealed and dark-packed?
there's nothing to it! at most it might taste rancid at some point if, for example, the fat in there breaks down more and more: D

but these things are made to last a long time: D

Another buddy of mine where the family had a house in the USA and was over there for the summer had an opened bottle of beer in the fridge ... it tasted just the same the next year as it did the day it was opened ...: )
(I'm not sure if the fridge was on or off ...)

Well, Schrumpfgermane, I'm no longer surprised when some doctors don't
find out why you got sick .....: biggrin:


Unfortunately, my daughter cannot cook either - despite a cooking class at school-
recently visited a friend over the WE - he had bought fillet
she then "would have prepared that"
me: but you can't cook at all
she: I didn't tell him that,
simply done routinely and thrown the part in the pan,
then grabbed all the spices like a pro;)

Much worse is an expired thyroid: tongue:

@schurzelchen

Not that I could cook ... but the trick with the many (and hot;)) spices is still known to me from a previous life in the Middle Ages ... you don't taste that rough how "hung up" the part is ! :():

And now make me goulash



900 AD from the Urals the equestrian tribes jetted towards the west ...;)

everything you need to know to prepare a good goulash ......



http://www.schuhbecks-video-kochschule.de/as/videos/video-467/gulasch-mit-bandnudeln?rid=233

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