Phrasal verb: use up something

This is a very common phrasal verb which you could probably use nearly every day.
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use up something – to use all of something, so that nothing is left

I usually try to use up food (you can also say ‘use food up’) before its Best Before date, but I think it’s okay to eat it even after this date.
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How about you? Do you ever eat food after its Best Before date? What about the Use By date? Should you always use up food before its Use By date?
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