specifically, i was noticing decay on cans of pineapple chunks, not sure if thats intentional considering its a fruit in sugar syrup basically… also noticed that salted fish was turning ‘old’ after a few days, even though it has a listed shelf life of 3 seasons.
but the milk, as i stated, its not sealed, its not powdered milk thats been rehydrated… its not even regular milk, its shelf stable milk, which should stay fresh if sealed for upwards of 6-9 months, real life time at least.
one would assume that a military base with military rations stockpiled in an unrefrigerated warehouse would make absolutely sure it would last as long as possible. (also, i’m absolutely sure that these containers were not already opened, considering i’m the only one in the warehouse and its a brand new generated world… who would systematicaly open 50 containers of milk and drink them down to 1 serving…)
of note, the process involved in making shelf stable milk also makes it taste /AWFUL/… which is why most people hold onto it for cooking purposes. similarly to condensed milk in cans or powdered milk.
Edit: and theres another example. pickled stuff, in jars, not sealed but should last upwards of 5-6 weeks if they’re in juice.
EditEdit: and now -this- is happening… the fire isnt going out even though there is no fuel in that spot. it seems like one fire goes out as it spreads to another tile, and then again and again, just because its so hot in that middle section… but theres no fuel there. interesting.
Editeditedit: oh hey it went out