If you keep spinach too long, it will go bad. Watch for these signs and throw the spinach on the compost pile if it shows them.
Is it time to say goodbye to the pork chops in your fridge? Trust your senses, not the sell-by date on the label.
Stay safe! We’ve got the scoop on how to tell if your salmon filets have gone bad and may no longer be edible.
Know your food. The answer, as it turns out, is less than you think, especially after you’re done cooking it.
Got ground beef? If you’re not sure if it’s safe, we have something for you. It turns out that there’s a smell test for everything.
The sour truth about bad lemons is that they sooner or later go bad. Here’s how to tell when that’s the case with the lemons in your kitchen.
Give your limes the care they deserve. Here’s how to store limes, whole or cut, for maximum freshness.
Trust us, you’ll know. If you’re looking for a more specific answer, we’ve got you covered—so read on.
Stop trying to guess if the onions in your pantry are bad or not. This illustrated, no-B.S. guide will show you how to find out.
Avocados are slow to ripen and quick to go bad. So here’s a surefire way to tell if your avocado is still good to eat or not.
It’s shrimp season, baby! Here’s how to keep your shrimp fresh so they make a great appetizer for the most important meal of the day.
Asparagus. It’s good for you. But if it’s already gone bad, it’s not. We wrote this guide to help you tell.
The fact that broccoli isn’t the tastiest leafy green in the world makes it extra hard to tell when it’s gone bad. Here’s how.
Because the last thing you want to hear after setting the table is, “I’m not sure if those mashed potatoes are still good.”
Never let bread go stale again. These simple tricks will help you store your bread so it stays fresh and crisp longer.
If there’s one cereal question out there that causes best friends to fight and couples to break up, it’s got to be whether you can eat cereal with water.
To eat or not to eat? Let’s just say we’re glad you asked. By the time you’re done reading, you’ll know why.
Are you seeing the bacon? Maybe you’re not looking closely enough! Introducing you to the wonderful world of bacon rashers.