That apple sauce needs to be thrown out. Bet the hand sanitizer is expired or will soon. I just went through my school supply stash and found a lot of hand sanitizer that I bought during that scare not long ago, and it is expired. I think I will hold on to it though. It is mostly alcohol, so unless we start getting breakouts on our skin, I will hold on to it.
The pasta side dishes will be fine long after expiration. I recently opened up a beef flavored noodles a couple of years after the expiration date and it was great.
Other than that, love their basement and envy their storage.
Impressive. The only problem is the fact that bugs and vermits can often get in the food stored in paper or plastic bags. (One small mouse did a lot of damage to mine, lucky my cat caught it.) Those selving units are great and the prices are only slightly higher than the cheap kinds depending on where you buy them. I get mine at Walmart. For those of you who hate Walmart, that's the only place I can buy most things without driving 100 miles instead one mile.
The were asked (in the comments on youTube) how they could afford all that. The reply was that they developed a software company that makes a half billion (yeah, a "B") a year and that they are "well compensated".
BTW, to a previous poster, she said they do make their own detergent. My guess is they store it in those Tide bottles.
Great setup! I sure hope they rotate that stuff hard though. I saw a lot of stuff just sitting in it's factory packaging, and other stuff not known for a long shelf life. Unless they're rotating like mad, they're sure going to encounter a lot of rancid and useless products when they need it. Someone needs to teach them about mylar and O2 absorbers.
They local Sams club must love these two! Nice larder but I see a ton of short-term items that just won't last. However as smart as they are I'm sure they will refine thier storage procedure in time. Nice sounding couple. Wish them the best.