Got a fridge full of food but not sure what's still edible and what you'd regret an hour after eating? Web site StillTasty saves money with useful advice on your foods' shelf-life and best storage practices. The site offers several ways to determine the viability of your leftovers and dusty cabinet items, including a simple search, category browsing, and a forum where you can ask more specific questions. You may have been tossing leftovers left and right in those decadent days of 2007, but these days, every dollar counts—which makes StillTasty a nice little tool. Thanks Anne!
StillTasty Tells You How Long Your Food Will Last
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