Baking ingredients and similar products often sit in storage for months or even years. At least if you’re not an avid baker.

If you use those only occasionally, sooner or later you’ll find yourself wondering if that leftover baking powder or brown sugar is still okay. That’s what the articles below are all about.

If you need some specifics on shelf life or optimal storage conditions, we’ve got you covered too. Just find the product you’re interested in, and start learning.

Brown Sugar

Can Sugar Go Bad?

Can sugar go bad? It’s good to know how long does it last, how one should store it and if it expires and this article will give you the information you need

Flour on a table with an egg in the center

Can Flour Go Bad?

Can flour go bad? If yu call yourself a cook, you need to know whether flour can go bad, how long does it last, or how to tell if flour is bad.

A package of baking soda

Can Baking Soda Go Bad?

Can baking soda go bad? Baking soda is used in cooking as a leavening agent. If it has gone bad or it has lost its potency, it’s useless.