Vinegar can get cloudy or get "mother," which is sediment, over time, but that doesn't mean you have to throw it away.
Cornstarch is another powdery ingredient that will last forever if it's kept correctly.
White rice lasts 25–30 years at low temperatures (sub 40 degrees F) and 10 years at room temperature if packed with oxygen absorbers.
Around 40% of pure vanilla extract is alcohol, and alcohol is a stabilizer.
Canned foods are typically safe 24 months after any best-by dates.
Honey can last almost forever if it is kept in the right way (in a sealed jar away from moisture).
Like vinegar, hot sauce almost never expires and can be used for at least a year past it’s expiration date.
Sugar doesn’t really go bad, a prime reason they are often used as a preservative for jam and canned fruits.
Salt has been used to preserve foods for centuries because it’s so effective at inhibiting bacteria.