All the hops out there were pretty much harvested at exactly the same time. If they are 2010 hops they were probably harvested in September of last year. So the only difference between the hops in your possession & those you would buy today from a HBS is how they are treated.
HBSs should keep them as cold as possible (freezer is better than the fridge), out of light, and away from oxygen. To do this with your hops, the easiest thing to probably do is seal them in the smallest jar they will fit tightly into & put them in your freezer. They'll be fine there for weeks/months maybe even years. There will be some slight lower of AA% but that even happens with commercially stored hops. Otherwise they will be fine. Use em!
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