As i was acquisition inventory of mine baking supplies, ns ran across a bag the dried cranberries the expired 6 month ago. I have actually not opened up the bag, so no sniff test yet. Would certainly you think they room safe or must I simply toss them and also buy fresh?

TIA

Alexa




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What might go wrong with them? If castle look and smell okay, castle are. I"m sitting here eating granola ns made with dried cranberries that space a lot of older 보다 that, since I bought a large bag in ~ Sam"s long ago.


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They"re safe to eat (as long as they"re no moldy or anything, hehe). At many you"ll have actually a high quality issue...color/flavor loss, stale smell. I have a large (Costco) bag the we opened up last spring and they"re fine, simply a little dry. Dehydrated foodstuffs have a lengthy shelf life, safety-wise... It"s high quality you lose.


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No authorize of mold to any type of other weird look.... I am walking to placed them in a Cranberry Almond coco Biscotti... So i will offer it a go.

Thanks everyone!

Alexa

Cranberry Almond coco BiscottiMakes around 361 1/2 cups flour3/4 cup granulated sugar1/2 cup cocoa powder2 teaspoons baking soda1/8 tespoon salt3 big eggs2 teaspoons vanilla1/4 cup unsalted butter, melted1 cup dried cranberries1 cup sliced almonds8 ounces white chocolate, finely chopped

Preheat cooktop to 350°F. Heat a baking sheet with parchment document or a Silpat liner. In a large bowl, sift together flour, sugar, cocoa, baking soda, and salt. In a separate bowl, whisk with each other eggs and vanilla. Through an electrical mixer, win the eggs and also melted butter into the dry ingredients. Row in the cranberries and almonds. Revolve the dough the end onto a floured surface. Flour your hands so that the dough won"t stick come them, and also divide the dough right into 3 equal 8x2x3/4-inch logs. Ar one log on the baking sheet and bake 24 minutes or until firm and dry to touch. Remove from oven. Reduce oven come 325°F. Move baked log to a cut board. Using a serrated knife, cut the log diagonally right into 1/2-inch-thick slices. Ar slices, reduced side down, top top the baking sheet. Bake about 10 minutes or until dry and also dark. Transport to racks; cool. Repeat through the various other two logs. Melt the white cacao in the microwave or over a twin boiler. Dip every biscotti into the chocolate, at an angle, coating the end. Go back to a cooled baking sheet and also chill around 20 minutes or until chocolate is set.