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10 Non-Perishable Foods with a Long Shelf Life

Dried Beans and Legumes – Beans, lentils, and chickpeas can last up to 2-3 years or even longer if stored in a cool, dry place. They are an excellent source of protein and fiber.

Rice – White, jasmine, basmati, and other long-grain rices have a shelf life of 4-5 years when stored properly. Brown rice has a shorter life due to its higher oil content, which can cause it to go rancid.

Pasta – Dry pasta can last for 1-2 years past its printed date. Its shelf life can extend further if it's stored in airtight containers in a cool, dry place.

Canned Vegetables and Fruits – When unopened, canned goods can last for years beyond their "best by" dates, as long as they're kept in a cool, dry place and the cans are not damaged.

Dried Herbs and Spices – Dried herbs and spices can last for 1-3 years. While they may not spoil, they lose potency over time, so keeping them away from heat, light, and moisture will help preserve their flavor.

Honey – Honey has an indefinite shelf life due to its natural antibacterial properties. It may crystallize over time, but this doesn't affect its quality or safety.

Sugar – White, granulated sugar can last indefinitely when stored in airtight containers to prevent it from hardening. Brown sugar has a long shelf life too but can harden, which is preventable by storing it properly.

Salt – Salt, whether it's table salt or sea salt, has an unlimited shelf life. It's an essential preservative that can also enhance the flavor of other stored foods.

Powdered Milk – Dry, powdered milk can last for up to 18 months and is a useful staple for baking or emergency food supplies. It should be kept in a cool, dry place.

Vinegar – White vinegar and apple cider vinegar have an almost indefinite shelf life and are useful for cooking, cleaning, and preserving other foods.

Marky Park from Hypebeast



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