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[Amazon.ca] Kraft Dinner Original Cheese Powder, 500g - 7.71$ (Amazon Warehouse Deal)

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[Amazon.ca] Kraft Dinner Original Cheese Powder, 500g - 7.71$ (Amazon Warehouse Deal)

For people who like KD, you can but their cheese powder for +/- 50% off.

I bought one and saw the expiry date as of June 11, 2020, so that deal is good only is you eat a lot of it or if you don't care about expiry date for a product that is dry powder!

This is almost confort food in times like this ;)
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Too bad colleges and universities are.closed, that's a staple food group. I must have gone through quite a few in my old college days
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Throw it in the freezer, it will last forever.
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bridonca wrote: Throw it in the freezer, it will last forever.

Expiry dates are a marketing ploy in many cases. Think this would survive a nuclear holocaust 10 times over.
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I was upset i missed out on this before and it never came back in stock. So I started using actual cheese, and never looked back. You can freeze that too.
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Does anyone know how much powder is in a standard packet?
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Hartia0 wrote: I was upset i missed out on this before and it never came back in stock. So I started using actual cheese, and never looked back. You can freeze that too.
Imagine, real things being better....who knew? You likely will live 20 years longer too! LOL
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aidendanger wrote: Expiry dates are a marketing ploy in many cases. Think this would survive a nuclear holocaust 10 times over.
No, a year past expiry the color and taste changes, but I did not get poisoned. Not a recommendation, mind you.
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Hartia0 wrote: I was upset i missed out on this before and it never came back in stock. So I started using actual cheese, and never looked back. You can freeze that too.
Yep, you can get a 500g block of cheese for the same price or less and freeze it
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Too bad kraft changed the formula a while back and now it smells awful and even tastes like a chemical compound. I used lo love KD.
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crazyea wrote: Too bad kraft changed the formula a while back and now it smells awful and even tastes like a chemical compound. I used lo love KD.
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Dammit i just bought that earlier this week for twice the price, and even that was discounted by $3. My expiration date is August 6, 2020 but as Aidendanger says it will probably last well past those dates.
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In for 1!

Thanks OP

Will use this on cauliflower in the also newly purchased Costco Foodi Grill
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aidendanger wrote: Expiry dates are a marketing ploy in many cases. Think this would survive a nuclear holocaust 10 times over.
These do have milk products in them so they do go bad eventually. I found a case of it when I finished school that was 5 years old. I made one and it was definitely past edible.
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aidendanger wrote: Expiry dates are a marketing ploy in many cases. Think this would survive a nuclear holocaust 10 times over.
I normally would agree with this statement BUT for my experience with KD, it is actually an expiry instead of best before.

I have tried using KD that was a few months pass the date and the cheese powder when a darkish brown instead of the bright orange. I ended up throwing those out. This was in the standard size box as well as those single serve packages.
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i tried this and to me, it does not taste the same as the little packets you get in the boxes

it really doesn't keep well either and will discolour over time

thanks anyways op

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