My rule is always three days.So, I'll eat anything if it's within ... except for meat, maybe,but anything if it's within three days of the expiration date or the sell-by date on the store's ...Oh, I think that matters ... To me it makes an enormous difference what it is.For example, moyashi, which is bean sprouts, I'll eat them on the day or the day after, but not after that.They start getting bad really quickly.But, for example, a jar of pickles, that's going to last much longer than the three days after.Right. I think the big one, I guess, you're right about time, is dairy. Milk is obvious, because milk you can smell.But cheese ...But on the other hand, it just turns into yogurt.Right, yes. So that's the other one is yogurt. So yogurt, I'll see it in the fridge and I'm like, "How long can I keep this?"Like sometimes it'll be past the expiration date, but it smells fine, it looks fine.Well, yogurt is soured milk, so it's difficult to say at which point it sours, because it's already sour.Yeah, and cheese too lasts forever it seems like.Pretty much. You can see the mold on cheese.Yeah. So what about if you see bread and there's a little mold on the bread?No. Are you old school? Will you cut around it?No. I used to and I used to cut the mold off cheese, but having learned more about visible mold is only a small amount of itand parts of mold you can't see are branching into the food.Oh, I see.Yeah. So that makes it a little dodgier. So, no I probably wouldn't eat bread that had any kind of mold on it.