Avoid Canned Veggies

Canned foods are a blessing in disguise. Not only can canned foods be as nutritious as fresh food, but they’re also delicious. And the best part? Canned foods can last for a really, really long time. You can buy one can of food today, and you don’t have to worry about it.

However, that raises the big question: How do you know if your canned food went bad? Well, there are a few ways you can find out. And yes, the expiration date is one of them, but that doesn’t mean the food can’t go bad before it expires. Here are some ways you can find out your canned food is spoiled.

8. There Are Bulges on the Can

Avoid Canned Soup

The bulging of the can’s lid is a sign that the food is spoiled. However, sometimes you might not see a bulge at first glance.

If you want to check for bulges, gently press the lid, and you will feel a lump or a bump, showing that the food isn’t good to eat anymore.

Cans get bulges because of the over-accumulation of toxic gases inside them. This usually happens because of the presence of bacteria or other germs. Thus, a bulge on a can is an easy and fast way to find out the content inside is spoiled.

7. Check the Expiration Date

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As we mentioned before, the expiration date is an easy way to find out if you can eat your canned food or not. However, in the case of canned food, the expiration date isn’t necessarily the final verdict. It just shows that the food might start to decay after this time. That being said, if the food has been expired for a few months now, it’s best that you don’t eat the food.

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