What Does The Inside Of A Can Of Pasta Look Like After 25 Years? Not Good

If you’re anything like me, you have a large stockpile of canned goods somewhere in your home. You know…in case of an emergency. My plan, should the apocalypse arrive, is to become a food merchant and slowly rebuild society with the wealth and power I accumulate. But a recent article I came across might just throw a wrench in the gears.

Matt over at DinosaurDracula.com recently came across an old can of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Chef Boyardee from 1991. I remember eating this back in the day and it was delicious. But how does a can like this age? The answer is not very well.

The glorious can itself!

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The moment of truth. I can imagine the smell wasn’t very pleasant based on what comes next.

The contents of the entire can managed to dehydrate down into one small clump.

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That does not look appetizing at all.

It was apparently pretty solid. It took Matt a while, but eventually, he was able to split the ball in two.

He decided to make a label and keep it forever.

(source DinosaurDracula)

Well, that really makes me question just how durable and valuable my canned goods would be in a post-apocalyptic world. I guess it’s back to the drawing board for me.

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