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DENVER -- We all know what to do when we find expired milk in refrigerators. But what about expired marijuana edibles? As Colorado's burgeoning pot industry continues to grow, it's a question some have asked.

Usually, you can do the smell test to figure out if something has gone bad.

The answers might not be so obvious when it comes to expired marijuana edibles. But Denver's Department of Environmental Health said many of the same rules apply.

Whether it's milk that has gone bad or an edible whose expiration date has come and gone, both generally won't make you sick.

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Tammy Vigil ~ KDVR.com ~

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