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How Many Days Ago Did I Put That in There?

If your indication of when food has gone bad is a fuzzy, green (and smelly) blanket over it, then you may want to consider getting one of these...

The DaysAgo Digital Day Counter ($10.00 for two) is a digital day counter that attaches to a variety of surfaces with a magnetic or suction backing and counts up to 99 days. It's a simple gadget that is re-usable, versatile and helps you save money while saving you from playing the guessing game as to how old those leftovers are. You can use it on practically any kind of food container. No more wondering if you're going to get sick from that leftover fish from two days ago? Or if that milk smells funny for a reason other than your paranoia?

Buy it online from and check out the this food guide from the US Food and Drug Administration on how long you can safely store common foods.

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daiseechain daiseechain 8 years
why not just write on a piece of masking tape what day you made it, and then stick that on your container? much cheaper, but not as stylish
Jinx Jinx 8 years
Seriously, you guys can't remember what day you cooked something and put it in the fridge? If you can't, its an instant throw away.
smartypantssugar smartypantssugar 8 years
I totally need these. My fridge always looks like a junior high science project.
ilove2ski ilove2ski 8 years
Wow that is kind of neat.
kscincotta kscincotta 8 years
Those are a good idea. I may need to get those.
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