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Jello - How long does Jello Last?An unopened box of Jello gelatin can last indefinitely, whereas prepared Jello will only last about a week. The shelf life of jello can vary due to the type, packaging, storage method, and thickening agent used. Jello is typically created by adding boiling water to a powdered mix or purchased in ready made serving containers.

www.cakecentral.com/forum/t/648097/does-knox-gelatin-expire

Knox gelatin packages do have an expiration date on them due to FDA standards, but that doesn't mean that they won't work. I had an old box and it worked fine. Best way to test to see is take 1/2 cup of water and place just one packet in it, mix it with a spoon til dissolved, and put it to the side for a few minutes.

www.doesitgobad.com/does-gelatin-go-bad

How Long Does Gelatin Last. Generally, powdered gelatin, both unflavored and its derivates, come with a best-by date. The date is there usually for legal reasons, not because the product will spoil or lose potency. So you can easily use dry gelatin for months or even years past that date.

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Best Answer: Chances are it's just fine - unless it's from China. Gelatin is pretty cheap, and safe - unless you buy the REALLY cheap crap from China or India. Only God knows what kind of of s*** they've put in there. If you have a turkey happening for Xmas, it's always best to use fresh ingredients-but don ...

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> remebererd I had a box of unopened unflavored gelatin in the pantry. I > just looked at it and it seems to have expired 12/21/08 > > What could be in it to have it expire? Do y'all think I can still use it. > It's not the cost but the bother of going to the store. According to David Lebovitz, whom I trust, gelatin never goes bad.

www.doesitgobad.com/does-jello-go-bad

So you’ve made some jello snacks for your guests and surprisingly, got a few ones left after the party. Does jello go bad? Or perhaps you have a few Jell-O gelatin packs sitting in the pantry for quite a few months already.

cheftalk.com/threads/can-gelatin-go-bad.58037

Can gelatin go bad? Lately, using a couple of tried and true Panna Cotta recipes, all or parts of them are not gelatinizing. Same ingredients; same quantities; same procedures. In one of them, for instance, a middle layer that's supposed to be a coffee-flavored gelee, barely thickens. I had never tought so, but can gelatin lose its strength?

www.leaf.tv/articles/what-is-unflavored-gelatin

Unflavored gelatin adds substance and body to cream fillings and produces a sheen when mixed with icings. When combined with fruit juices and refrigerated, it becomes the well-known flavored gelatin dessert. Substitutions. A vegetarian substitute for unflavored gelatin is agar (also known as agar-agar).

www.quora.com/Does-dry-jello-mix-expire

Dry jello, if stored properly will basically stay fine for long years, but when it’s prepared, it will only last a couple of days in the fridge before it will start go lose its quality and eventually go bad. Dry jello Jello powder has a ‘best by’ ...