Can you safely use cake icing after the expiration date if it was never opened?
How long ago did it expire?
Is mucinex DM safe to take after expiration date even though the bottle has never been opened and the celophane seal is still on the bottle?
Basically, icing sugar is the same thing as powdered sugar so it doesn't really matter which you use. I've been decorating birthday cakes and wedding cakes for a very long time and have been using powdered sugar for all these years and making homemade icing, and never once have gotten a bad critique on my icing or my cake for that matter. Hope this helped... :)
Uhh... never that's why its an expiration date! More information Around here, the date on the milk carton is a not an expiration date. If it was of initial good quality and has been handled and stored properly, the milk should be OK up to 5 days or even a week beyond the date on the package. A week or two even milk is still good after the expiration date.
No, not always. It depends when you are exchanging something. If its over 90 days old and never opened they will not give you your money back. If its under 90 day and never opened they will give money back. But, if it is opened they will not take it. Also, sometimes, you will probably change it for something else.
a song never sung a flower never bloomed a gift never opened a book never opened a prize never claimed a feast never savored roses left to wilt on the vine a bud that never sprouts a butterfly that never emerges a candle never lit a treasure locked in a safe a fine wine never uncorked sweet cologne with the seal unbroken a song left unsung a treasure that goes undiscovered a symphony never performed