If you’ve ever wondered how to tell if Impossible Meat is terrible, you’re not alone. Because there’s no way to tell if it’s gone wrong by sight or smell, the best option is to keep it frozen. This will extend the product’s shelf life by six months. However, the company advises that you eat the Impossible Meat by the “best by” date, so there’s a limit to how long it can last.
If you’re unsure whether your Impossible Meat has gone wrong, keep it refrigerated until you’re ready to cook it.