10 FOODS THAT WILL LAST FOREVER IN YOUR PANTRY

Apple cider vinegar

Ongoing research has shown so far that including apple cider vinegar  in your diet can help manage blood sugar levels.

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Pickles

A pickled food is anything that has been jarred with brine or vinegar, with the most common food to pickle being cucumber.

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Red wine

the texture and composition of wine can change, and red wines specifically can become smoother. However, there's a limit to how long you can let your wine age.

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Mustard

For those who love mustard on their hot dogs, burgers, or sandwiches, you'll be glad to know that your bottle most likely won't go bad in the refrigerator.

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Coconut oil

Aside from cooking, people commonly use coconut oil for oil pulling or as a boost of energy in their coffee.

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Canned tomatoes

Canned goods with high acidity include tomatoes, grapefruit, vinegar-based products, and fruit juices like tomato, orange, lemon, and lime.

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Rice

Rice is an inexpensive grain to keep in the pantry and is one of the most versatile carbohydrates that you can use as a side to most dishes.

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Canned pineapple

Canned fruit can be great for certain recipes where the freshness of the fruit doesn't matter, and it can be a much more affordable and long-lasting option.

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Canned carrots

Along with canned pumpkin, another low-acidic vegetable that can last on your shelf for two to five years without spoiling is canned carrots.

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Canned tuna

Similarly to the benefits that canned chicken can provide, canned tuna can also provide a healthy dose of protein and fat, while saving you time, energy, and money.

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