By Rose | Condiments
Sesame oil is similar to other frying oils. It is extracted from sesame seeds, as the name suggests. Originally, this ingredient was derived from Asian countries. However, its usage is now more prevalent in the Western and Mediterranean regions. The oil is a perfect ingredient if you are making Japanese and Thai cuisines. But, of course, you can still use this oil in any suitable recipe.
Does sesame oil go bad? Yes, of course! After all, no kitchen ingredient has an eternal lifespan. Sooner or later they will all rot and spoil, and you’ll have no other choice but to throw them out. You cannot consume expired food because it will harm your health and well-being.
So how do you know if sesame oil has gone bad? Are there any indicators that can tell you if it is about to expire? These questions are quite baffling if you will ask me. But, of course, they do have specific answers. In the following sections, I will explain all of these matters. So let’s stop dawdling and get started! Continue reading