Sun-Dried Tomatoes Going Bad

Sun-dried tomatoes are tomatoes that have been dried in the sun, resulting in an intensified flavor and chewy texture.

There are three types of sun-dried tomatoes: plain sun-dried tomatoes, oil-packed sun-dried tomatoes, and store-bought sun-dried tomatoes.

Plain sun-dried tomatoes last for a year when stored in an airtight container in a dry space, while oil-packed sun-dried tomatoes last for two years.

The shelf-life of store-bought sun-dried tomatoes depends on the expiry date on the packaging.

To determine if sun-dried tomatoes have gone bad, look for changes in color, mold, changes in smell, or changes in texture.

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