[quote=“DeepBlueMax, post:3, topic:644”][quote=“Williham, post:2, topic:644”]Apple cider rots, as does pretty much everything else, except stuff like tinned beans and MREs.
The ability to cook rotten meat is a bug.
Your best option for food preservation is presently beef jerky, although adding a few alternatives to that would certainly not be a bad idea.[/quote]
Does stuff in plastic bags (candies, beef jerky, chips and stuff I forgot) rot?[/quote]
Anything that’s chock full of preservatives doesn’t rot; meaning stuff like candy, chips, beef jerky, cola, root beer.
Clean water also doesn’t rot, nor does the kind of stuff you find in Mil. Surpluses; tinned beans, MREs.
Plain water (potentially tainted) also does not deteriorate over time, so it remains as safe as it was whenever it was collected.
In addition, I believe tinned ravioli and pineapple stays good for perpetuity, as does raw macaroni and raw spaghetti.
Note, however, that there’s a display bug:
If you make your own orange juice, which, due to the aforementioned bug you can do using rotten oranges, you’ll get a plastic bottle of orange juice (rotten) (1), but it’s actually fresh; the same applies to freshly made soup and broth.
Tea and coffee also do not rot, in any form.