• Register
  • TOS
  • Privacy
  • @NeoGAF

madara
Member
(05-09-2008, 10:11 PM)
madara's Avatar
I dont see dates on these tombstones. I grabbed 10 for $20 knowing price of food is going up and a deal like that will never happen again but that also means some of these will definitely be in the freezer for 8-10 months. So when is it no longer safe to eat these things? I'll just give most of them to my dad now if they pose a risk after awhile.
Freshmaker
I am Korean.
(05-09-2008, 10:12 PM)
Freshmaker's Avatar
I think the biggest danger is they'll start tasting like crap (freezer burn) eventually.
Phobophile
A scientist and gentleman in the manner of Batman.
(05-09-2008, 10:12 PM)
Phobophile's Avatar
I'd say 10-12 months in a fridge freezer, 24 months in a deep freezer.
rampur
Member
(05-09-2008, 10:13 PM)
hmm, i guess it depends on how well they are sealed

also, where did you get them from. Hell of a deal :)
Branduil
Member
(05-09-2008, 10:14 PM)
Branduil's Avatar
Don't worry about it, microwaves eliminate all health problems.
Count Dookkake
Member
(05-09-2008, 10:14 PM)
Count Dookkake's Avatar
If it kills you, I have a question.

What do you want on your tombstone?
madara
Member
(05-09-2008, 10:22 PM)
madara's Avatar

Originally Posted by Count Dookkake

If it kills you, I have a question.

What do you want on your tombstone?

:lol :lol :lol
straydog1980
Banned
(05-09-2008, 10:25 PM)

Originally Posted by Count Dookkake

If it kills you, I have a question.

What do you want on your tombstone?

buh dum CHISS
Seth C
Member
(05-09-2008, 10:55 PM)
Seth C's Avatar
Yeah, your biggest worry is easily freezer burn making the pizza taste awful. There is no way it will spoil before that, given the number of preservatives in those pizzas.
Weenerz
Banned
(05-09-2008, 11:04 PM)
Weenerz's Avatar

Originally Posted by Count Dookkake

If it kills you, I have a question.

What do you want on your tombstone?



/thread over :lol
The_Inquisitor
Member
(05-10-2008, 02:35 AM)
The_Inquisitor's Avatar

Originally Posted by Count Dookkake

If it kills you, I have a question.

What do you want on your tombstone?

Awesome.
Anasui Kishibe
Banned
(05-10-2008, 02:37 AM)
Anasui Kishibe's Avatar
no date? This is already a fucking bad sign man, I didn't think it was even possible to find a product without it
QVT
Fair-weather, with pride!
(05-10-2008, 02:38 AM)
QVT's Avatar

Originally Posted by Count Dookkake

If it kills you, I have a question.

What do you want on your tombstone?

Impressive.
yeoz
Member
(05-10-2008, 02:49 AM)
yeoz's Avatar

Originally Posted by Kraft Food's Customer Service

Question
I've had my TOMBSTONEŠ Pizza in my freezer for a while now. How can I tell if it has expired?
Answer
All of our products have what is called a code date. This date can be a best when used by date or a Julian Code Date. TOMBSTONE Pizza has a Julian Code Date.
This coding information can be found on the pressure sensitive label containing the nutrition information on the back of the package in the white space towards the bottom of the label.
In this case, the Julian Code Date is the pull date, the date the product should be consumed by or pulled from the grocer's shelves. An example of a Julian Code pull date would be:
6003A22
In this example, the 6 designates the year (2006), the next three digits 003, designate day number 3 of the 365 days possible. So we know this product should be consumed or pulled from the grocer's shelves by January 3, 2006.

Link
Anasui Kishibe
Banned
(05-10-2008, 02:51 AM)
Anasui Kishibe's Avatar
so basically, don't unpack your pizza before stuffing it in the freezer..or at least stick the expiration date in your head
laesperanzapaz
Member
(05-10-2008, 03:13 AM)

Originally Posted by Count Dookkake

If it kills you, I have a question.

What do you want on your tombstone?

you always deliver, dont you Count duke?

you are the superior version of Crushed.

Thread Tools