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Can DD eat this macaroni cheese?

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CathyMedici Mon 09-Oct-17 16:46:58

Sorry - got to dash out but feed DD (13) first. I have M&S mac cheese in freezer. Use by date 9/07/17 (when chilled) says eat within one month of freezing.

Can I give it to her?

Be kind!

Herja Mon 09-Oct-17 16:48:06

I would. Without a second thought.

justgivemethepinot Mon 09-Oct-17 16:48:10

I would smile

nakedscientist Mon 09-Oct-17 16:48:10

Yes x

Pickleypickles Mon 09-Oct-17 16:48:51

I would eat it personally, might just not be as yummy as if sure lots of people will say otherwise though sad

CathyMedici Mon 09-Oct-17 16:50:27

So, it's 4 months old? And M&S say eat within 1 month of freezing?

newmumwithquestions Mon 09-Oct-17 16:50:36

I would. But I eat the things that I dig out from the back that have been there for over 6 months (or longer)

FartnissEverbeans Mon 09-Oct-17 16:51:39

My understanding is that freezing is safe indefinitely but the quality goes downhill?

BumWad Mon 09-Oct-17 16:53:08

Absolutely fine eat away

Branleuse Mon 09-Oct-17 16:54:28

if its frozen it will be fine. Things in the freezer are supposed to keep for ages. Theyre playing it very safe by saying 1 month, its not necessary.

If it looks like it has freezerburn then maybe now, but otherwise I would

CathyMedici Mon 09-Oct-17 16:57:55

Thank you all. I know that better mums than me would have whipped up a fresh one in the time it took to start this thread blush

Off out now so please don't post macaroni cheese horror stories!!

OlennasWimple Mon 09-Oct-17 16:59:13

I'd eat it too. It might not taste quite a s good as it would have done four months ago, but should be perfectly safe

PickAChew Mon 09-Oct-17 17:00:42

I only chuck stuff out of the freezer when it gets freezer burnt so badly that it's like rubber.

Fillybuster Mon 09-Oct-17 17:02:12

Oh dear - I had to read the op several times before I understood the question hmmblush

I served dh home made soup with a 2015 label on it yesterday. And used up some raw pastry I made 3 years ago when we had guests at the weekend.

Quite frankly, you could probably find various extinct species in the back of my freezer!

dementedpixie Mon 09-Oct-17 17:02:12

Is it a best before date? It's only quality that suffers and it's not a safety issue

dementedpixie Mon 09-Oct-17 17:05:30

I suppose it would be a use by if it had been chilled before. I wouldn't think twice about eating it as freezing keeps it pretty fresh

budgiegirl Mon 09-Oct-17 17:13:09

I would. We had salmon last night that we found at the bottom of our chest freezer. It had a July date on it, and I know it wasn't this July just gone. I'm couldn't say for sure that it was last July either, but we still ate it, and it was fine !

diddl Mon 09-Oct-17 17:14:06

Noooo-she can't!

But I cangrin

PotteringAlong Mon 09-Oct-17 17:14:44

Definitely! There's all sorts in my freezer that I dig out!

MarthaArthur Mon 09-Oct-17 17:17:38

It will be fine. Bugs cant breed in ut frozen. I have eaten things from the freezer literally years after being frozenshock but the longer stuff is in the freezer esoecially dairy cheese/sauce/cream it forms little ice crystals that make it taste not as nice. Harmless but not as tasty.

mathanxiety Mon 09-Oct-17 17:19:44

If I can figure out what an item is (or was) I thaw it, cook it and eat it. Still here and none the worse.

speakout Mon 09-Oct-17 17:23:31

I wouldn't eat or serve it.

I am sure it would be safe, but probably horrid.

NinonDeLenclos Mon 09-Oct-17 17:32:18

Is this a serious question?

Buggeritimgettingup Mon 09-Oct-17 17:39:39

I have things in my freezer older than some of my children....

youngest started school this year

arethereanyleftatall Mon 09-Oct-17 17:57:06

I wouldn't give this a second thought, yes I'd eat it. Lots of stuff on my freezer has been in there for years, all gets eaten.

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