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[No Frills] Sour cream 20 cents

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[No Frills] Sour cream 20 cents

Steeles and silver star boulevard no frills. Sour cream expires in 2 weeks on sale for 20cents

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Address: 681 Silver Star Blvd, Scarborough, ON M1V 5N1
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Is Steeles and Silver in Alberta...? Need some... Please add to title. Thx
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frankmp wrote: Is Steeles and Silver in Alberta...? Need some... Please add to title. Thx
if you need to ask if this is in the center of the universe (aka GTA), then you're still lost after so many years.
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This is a fantastic deal... Good for baking during the Christmas holiday. Too bad I bought Gay Lea from Walmart yesterday, it was on sale both sour cream and butter for 1.97 and 2.97 respectively.
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frankmp wrote: Is Steeles and Silver in Alberta...? Need some... Please add to title. Thx
This location is in Scarborough, Ontario
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too bad it expires before christmas, otherwise these would have made great stocking stuffers
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ggs wrote: too bad it expires before christmas, otherwise these would have made great stocking stuffers
i wouldn't mind as long as you toss in some nachos and cheese.
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ggs wrote: too bad it expires before christmas, otherwise these would have made great stocking stuffers
Usually lasts at least a few days after expiry from my experience. Plus, it freezes well!
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416MAFIA wrote: Usually lasts at least a few days after expiry from my experience. Plus, it freezes well!
People really need to learn the difference between BB and Exp. 2 totally different things.
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Spawk1028 wrote: People really need to learn the difference between BB and Exp. 2 totally different things.
True, but I would take diary (milk and cream, some cheeses) more seriously. Chocolate milk has some insane expiration date

Other stuff, I would agree.
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Spawk1028 wrote: People really need to learn the difference between BB and Exp. 2 totally different things.
True, if unopened dairy products I would give it maybe 3-4 extra days before tossing.
Bread, I'd give a week after BB.

Eat at your own risk lol
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Worth the drive to Acton.
Err i mean Scarborough Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Smiling Eyes
In fact in Rand McNally they wear hats on their feet and hamburders eat people
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416MAFIA wrote: Usually lasts at least a few days after expiry from my experience. Plus, it freezes well!
I didn't know you could successfully freeze sour cream. I figured it would come out messed up.
In fact in Rand McNally they wear hats on their feet and hamburders eat people
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OP this is 0.20 dollars, not 0.20 cents
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tomtomtom wrote: True, but I would take diary (milk and cream, some cheeses) more seriously.
Those are items I find can be extended beyond the BB date, sometimes considerably.
I frequently use 35% cream that is well past the BB date.
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This place will become one of the hotspots of the pandemic.
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Some people in Brampton will drive 25-30 mins to be able to buy this .20 cents sour cream lol
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ggs wrote: too bad it expires before christmas, otherwise these would have made great stocking stuffers
416MAFIA wrote:
Usually lasts at least a few days after expiry from my experience. Plus, it freezes well!
sarsshadow wrote:
True, if unopened dairy products I would give it maybe 3-4 extra days before tossing.
Bread, I'd give a week after BB.

Eat at your own risk lol
If I told you how far past the "expiry" date I consume food products, you'd be appalled, but I'll put it this way:

Canadian dairy products, including yogurt and sour cream etc., if the seal is in tact: it's fine. Yes, even (in my personal experience) months and months after expiry in the fridge. Milk and Cream, no, they'll go sour right in the container, but products in little tubs like that are fine.

Open the seal, use your own judgment, but if you put too much blind faith in the little date on the container as an actual indication of a product being safe OR unsafe to eat, well... you shouldn't put trust in things like that, it makes you susceptible to harms of various types. Read the ingredients and only purchase from reputable or trusted suppliers.

The dates are great so you know when you purchased something, and once the seal is open, and the product inside is exposed to air, mould spores etc get in and then the clock starts ticking.
arisk wrote: Those are items I find can be extended beyond the BB date, sometimes considerably.
I frequently use 35% cream that is well past the BB date.
Higher fat content, slower spoilage. Put a container of cream and a container of Skim Milk put next to each other in the fridge, I bet you the skim milk is sour before or very close to the expiry date, the cream will not spoil for weeks. That's again my personal experience, anecdotal, not a scientific study.
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Adding another data point (regarding best before dates and dairy -- high-fat cream, specifically)...

Using up heavy whipping cream right now that has a best before date of Nov 24. Around 2-3 weeks right now, just opened it up yesterday, and it tastes perfectly fine. No solids in there, doesn't taste sour, package wasn't expanded with air.

Yes -- higher fat content will usually last much longer than lower fat milk/cream.

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