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Never Wonder How Old It Is Again

You've probably opened a carton of chicken broth, soy milk, or juice, used a little bit, put it in your fridge and forgotten about it. Now you've got a recipe calling for one of those ingredients, and you've got the ingredients in your fridge, but are they still good?

When did I open that chicken broth? How long has this soy milk been in the fridge? Was this deli meat from this week or last? With the DaysAgo Digital Day Counter, you'll never have to ask yourself these questions again. Just stick one of these handy little timers to the side of the package, turn it on and let it go. The timer counts both days and hours and the replaceable batteries can run for 18 months (although it only counts up to 99 days). Available in packs of two for $10.

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LaylaCams LaylaCams 10 years
Oh but these are so much cuter than having a date on all your food! What a great idea!
smarler smarler 10 years
I use masking tape and a sharpie for this same thing (although, masking tape doesn't keep count of the days, of course!).
jules_from_ohio jules_from_ohio 10 years
I totally need one... I love it!
CestLaVie CestLaVie 10 years
I would say if you're that worried about it, grab a Sharpie and write the date on when you stick things in the fridge.
chancleta chancleta 10 years
krisua krisua 10 years
jendudley jendudley 10 years
Chunky milk=not yummy. This is a good idea.
Mme-Hart Mme-Hart 10 years
HOW cool is this!?!
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