[Sca-cooks] Handy Food Expiration Guides

Stefan li Rous StefanliRous at austin.rr.com
Wed Apr 25 20:45:01 PDT 2012

Some soy sauces say to refrigerate after opening. Others do not.

The one we have that does is a Japanese brand, so I figured the  
processing might be a bit different.

My real maple syrup, from years and years ago at Pennsic, stays in the  
refrigerator. But I don't use much of it, since it is a treat and I'm  
not supposed to, as a diabetic, have that much.

Honey, and mustard sauce, don't go the refrigerator unless my wife  
puts them there. In the case of honey, this just means it needs to get  
zapped in the microwave if it crystallizes.


--- On Wed, 4/25/12, Tre <trekatz at yahoo.com> wrote:

> Interesting article. I wonder about
> parts of it, though. Some of the things it says to keep in
> the refrigerator (soy sauce, for example) are things I've
> always kept in the pantry. It also says to keep maple syrup
> in the refrigerator after opening, but wouldn't it
> crystallize?

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