Due to its low moisture content and natural acidity, honey is known for its indefinite shelf life. It may crystallize over time, but this doesn't affect its quality; it can be reliquefied by gently heating.
Properly stored white rice (in a cool, dry place in an airtight container) can last indefinitely. Brown rice has a shorter shelf life due to its higher oil content.
Items like black beans, lentils, chickpeas, and others can last for several years when stored in a cool, dry place.
Salt is a mineral that doesn’t spoil. When stored properly, it remains usable indefinitely.
White, granulated sugar has an indefinite shelf life when stored in an airtight container in a cool, dry place.
Real vanilla extract has an extended shelf life, often lasting for years due to its alcohol content, which acts as a preservative.
When kept in a sealed container in a cool, dry place, powdered milk can last for a significantly long time, although its quality might degrade slightly over extended periods.
Spirits like vodka, rum, whiskey, and others with high alcohol content have an indefinite shelf life due to their alcohol content. They may change in flavor subtly over time but will remain safe to consume.