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  • Lettuce. PS 5 minutes later... Oh! Sorry! I got the question wrong! I thought it was about "doesn't spoil you", i.e. "doesn't make you fat" or something. I just realized how obsessed am I with proper nutrition to stay fit and fresh. Looks like I need to give myself a biiig break)))). Obsessions are totally uncool, as it turns out)))). Ok, about food that doesn't spoil-spoil... McDonalds french fries does not spoil for years.
  • I would figure sugar crystals, if they are kept in a dry place.
  • I've heard that honey never spoils. Worse comes to worse it will dry up. And if you add water it turns out just how it was before it dried out.
  • dry foods like beans rice etc.
  • Honey?
  • As a few others have already mentioned, I've heard that honey never spoils.
  • I going to try to guess without looking it up. First thing that came to mind is sugar. But, that's probably not right since it's so common. I'm wondering about canned foods and next maybe pickles?? Don't know for sure about any of them.
  • Dried beans Pickles
  • dried pasta if kept right
  • honey and molassas?
  • Margerine.
  • honey. did u know that in one of the pyramids in Egypt, all the archaeologists and peoples found honey which was like what hundreds thousands years old!!! ...it was still good :D
  • We all know it's got to be Twinkies.
  • The legendary twinkie is rumored to have a 30 year shelf life.
  • French Fries from a Fast Food joint.
  • How about limburger cheese, it has to only get better!
  • Cheese the older it gets the better it is, just like wine!
  • Honey, I think.
  • Salt. Honey will retain for a long time, but salt lasts forever.
  • It has been said that honey is the only food that doesn't go bad, providing it is stored properly in a cool place, away from sunlight. However, in actuality it can ferment, crystallize, become toxic from the container it's stored in, and absorb odors. When conventional preservation methods are applied, it is not recommended to preserve the honey for longer than 2 (maximum 3) years. As honey has a strong tendency to absorb outside smells, it is advisable to keep it in clean, hermetically sealed vessels. It is also advisable to keep it in darkened (not lucid) vessels, or in dark store-places. When honey remains in direct sunlight for about one day its lysozyme (an antibacterial albuminous enzyme) is destroyed.[citation needed] Honey should also be protected from oxygen inflow, which brings about accelerated crystallization. Optimal preservation temperature is +4 – 10 °C. The store-place should be dark and dry, preventing the honey from absorbing any moisture. If excessive moisture is soaked up by the honey, it might start fermenting. "Bee honey can absorb the moisture from the air, therefore it might ferment in a damp place" "Exposure to fresh air brings about the soaking up of external smells, oxygen and moisture, which cause fundamental chemical change of the product—decay of valuable amino acids, vitamins, enzymes and "antibiotics". The light has a similar influence." Acacia honey is known to be more resistant to crystallization. "The acacia honey would not crystallize (as quick as other types)… Due to the above reasons (high tendency to absorb outside smells and moisture) it is not advisable to preserve honey uncovered in a fridge, especially together with other foods and products. Honey is considered to gradually become toxic when preserved in metal containers. "Honey must not be preserved in metal containers, because the acids contained in its structure may cause oxidation. This leads to increased content of heavy metals in honey and decreases the amount of valuable healthy ingredients. Such a honey may cause obnoxious sensations in the stomach and even bring about a poisoning…" It used to be preserved in ceramic and wooden containers in ancient times. Glass bottles are recommended nowadays. "The wooden vessels of coniferous wood are not suitable for honey preservation (honey soaks up the coniferous smell in such vessels). In the oak wood vessels honey grows black." Traditionally honey was preserved in deep cellars, but not together with wine or other products. It is considered even more sensitive to the store-place conditions than the best wines. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Honey
  • Honey. People found honey in an ancient Egyptian tomb that was still edible after hundreds of years.
  • The answer is honey... But I've been given some fruitcake that might have been around since the beginning of time:-)
  • canned goods.... they last longer than most foods.
  • Twinkies!! They will survive any nuclear explosion, I'm sure of it!
  • Spam..is that considered a food?
  • Honey.
  • Twinkes if i'm correct
  • Honey. I've heard people found it in Egyptian tombs and was still edible.
  • All foods go bad. The only thing that counts is when foods go bad. Like caned goods and dry food take a longer time to go bad.
  • Nothing comes to mind. There may be one? But I dont know of it...
  • All food are go bad. beause of sunlight, if you will place your food in refigerator it will never go bad.
  • hey kool! can SPAM ever go bad? is it possible for it to get worse?
  • Mustard. That stuff lasts forever. lol. That and pickles. Anything in vinegar. I'm sure eventually it goes bad but not or a VERY long time. Stuff that is "pickled" lasts longer. And olives too. Mom keeps those things forever. lol
  • Yogurt?
  • If you consider alcohol as a food, my mother has a bottle of Olde Forrester bourbon that has been in her fridge for at least 30 years. We last celebrated with it in 1976 by spiking eggnog. What are the plans for this bottle? do not know, but it will be something really special.
  • Peanut butter. Got a jar in the cabinet that I opened about a year ago and it still tastes okay.

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