how bad is oil that is past its best by date really? if it tastes normal can it still be rancid ? how do the free radicals form during the oxidation?

  1. The best by date is just the manufacturer's recommendation about how long the product will be at its peak. But the quality and lifetime of the product will depend on how it was stored.

  2. I wouldn’t worry about oil, also free radicals are bologna, if a free radical forms it’s not persistent it’s immediately quenched… Antioxidant based sales are a tax on stupid

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