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Can we EAT 11 YEAR OLD Christmas pudding mum found in cupboard
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My mum had a cupboard clean out, look what she found.
He! He!!! Great review Gaz, the m&s pudding is absolutely fantastic, the alcohol in it has certainly kept it moist and tasty 😋😋 going to make some brandy sauce so will be more booze in it!!! Had some last night and everyone I'm still here, no probs at all… Do not throw out of date Christmas puddings away!! 🤭😁Xx
I’ve got one that’s 17 years old from Fortnum & Mason.
Needs custard at least!
Should of tested it out on your Wez first!🤣
Why would you put your health at risk. Bin it and buy another.
Was going to say you fruit 🍰 lol more like fruit pudding lol
Ohhhh Gar lol x
Bet it’s mature after all those years, sometimes they will taste better after years, I think these M&S large puds were around £9 at the time.
Wonder how much Yummy micro plastics leeched into the pudding over 11 years (personally I won't touch anything involving plastics with food)
If you think 11 years is old, check out "Steve mre 1989". He tries old army mre's from the 1940's and older. Don't know how he's still alive…..
I once read of a couple who received a whole chicken in a can for their wedding present. They finally opened it on their 25th anniversary and cooked it. It was fine.
Sardines are well known for improving with age and people actively seek out tins that are out of date.
Hahaha that's a bit too money saving I'll not bother with that
can we appreciate the hitch hiking elf lol:)
I am taking the xmas pud i brought for xmas 2020 with me to Germany this year! BB date is June 2023! Ironically it's a Lidl pud!
So many items can be kept. I chuck so much in the freezer and defrost well over the recommended date. That pudding looked lovely. Yum Yum xx
I have an Asda one 454g in the cupboard best before June 2010 so guessing 13 years old. It was given to me by a friend when it was already out of date. I've been saving it in the belief that it can only mature.
It said ‘not suitable for freezing’ on the packaging.
I found some marzipan unopened in cupboard 3 months out of date was wondering if to bin it but think I'll use it now
Do you think it’s boozy? I reckon it’s about 11 years old.
I had a Christmas pudding that was discovered wrapped and boxed on top of the outlaws’ cupboards. It was made by my wife’s great aunt at least 20 years before. It was black, but it wasn’t off and it was the tastiest one we’d ever had.
All that booze will have kept it sterile. So long as the packaging remains intact it's good to go.