Nuts and Seeds

If you buy nuts or seeds in bulk, you know that bag of almonds can sit in storage for months until you finish them.

Should you toss them out after all that time, or are they okay to eat? The articles below are there to answer those questions.

Same thing if you’re not quite sure how you’re supposed to store certain products. Sometimes they’re in display boxes in the supermarket, but a freezer bag in the fridge would be a much better option. Especially if you plan on keeping them around for a while.

Last but not least, spoilage. If those hazelnuts or chia seeds don’t taste as good as they used to, should you discard them? Read the article on that specific food to find out.

Cutting a vanilla bean lengthwise

Can Vanilla Beans Go Bad?

Can vanilla beans go bad? As a beloved spice, vanilla bean adds a heartwarming flavor to drinks and desserts. Learn to store vanilla bean with this guide