Worst expired food?
Forgotten mushrooms starting to liquify are bad enough to leave no doubt at all.
“Mommy…why is the mushroom growing hair?”
Here is useful info:
Not sure I dare but…
Chefs say you need overripe bananas for banana bread (just not rotten ones)
With suitcases packed, they arrive at the airport and waddle up to the check-in counter. The agent tags and sends each bag off, until she notices one giving off a foul smell.
Agent: “Sir, are you checking this bag?”
Vulture: “No, sorry, that’s our carrion”
How can I pick just one. Anything that smells bad, liquefies, grows extra things-like hairs. Worst is probably the stuff where you cant tell until you taste it. And any asparagus or brussel sprouts. Taste like grass smells and not in a good way.
Anything that ends up as maggots… Nasty as hell!
But but … They are healthful. Something you may get in a nursing home of the future or field medicine in the end times.
Reports are they are a bit itchy to have on, er, …in you. And you thought the apocalypse would be brave men being men?
Why!? If you are going to the right places there are no leftovers after you scarf it all up. You’ll gonna eat that? Nom. Done.
THIS. It’s gotta be eggs.
Ever kept garbanzo beans in the fridge too Long fermenting in a air tight Tupperware Container?
Potatoes. The smell is unbearable.
That, my friend, is the smell of death…
Unrefrigerated fruit like bananas or neglected garbage because that attracts gnats