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I have millet, amaranth and quinoa that are in jars but not in the fridge. They are months and months (and months) old. Our climate is warm. WOULD YOU STILL EAT THEM?? We are low budget right now and I am trying to use everything we have stored.



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I think they should be fine. Do they look and smell okay?
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IME, it's hard to miss when grain goes rancid- it stiiinks!
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