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How To Settle Any Debate With AI
With the prompt in this email, you can get AI to solve all of your disagreements.
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Today’s Tip: Settle Any Debate with AI
Whether it’s your significant other or a close friend, debates and arguments happen. What’s important is not to be correct but to have AI prove you are right. Bard to the rescue. With the prompt below, you can get AI to solve all your disagreements.
Settle a debate: [the topic you are debating]
This has come up at my house before, so we got Bard involved.
Settle a debate: How long can you eat eggs after the expiration date has passed?
Here is our (surprising) answer:
This is a classic debate topic, and the answer actually depends on a few factors!
First, let's clarify the date: The date on your egg carton isn't an "expiration date" in the strict sense. It's typically a "sell-by" or "use-by" date, which is more of a quality guarantee from the manufacturer. It means they recommend using the eggs by that date for optimal quality and freshness.
Now, for the good news: Eggs can generally be safely eaten several weeks past their sell-by date, up to 4-5 weeks in most cases. Here's why:
Their natural protective coating helps shield them from bacteria. Refrigeration further slows down spoilage.
However, there are some caveats:
This applies to properly stored eggs, kept at 40°F or below in the refrigerator. Eggs left at room temperature spoil much faster.
You should always do a quick freshness check before using any eggs, regardless of the date. Here's how:
The float test: Gently place the egg in a bowl of water. If it floats, it's likely past its prime. Fresh eggs sink.
Crack it open: Check for an unpleasant odor, discolored yolk or white, or blood spots. Discard any eggs that seem off.
In conclusion: You can likely eat eggs several weeks past their sell-by date, as long as they've been stored properly and you do a quick freshness check before using them. But if you're unsure, it's always best to err on the side of caution and toss them.
Hopefully, this helps settle your debate! Remember, food safety is paramount, so when in doubt, throw it out.
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