1. Pre-cooked real bacon that I cooked myself (not the shelf-stable crumbles.)
Depends... How dry do you cook it? How much salt in it to start with? Added Sugar?
Cooked till crumbly, I would say two weeks plus(being conservative, here.) Don't let it pick up any moisture. Theoretically, dried food should last nearly forever. But the fat WILL get rancid.
2. Spice paste such as Thai Kitchen green curry paste removed from jar and put into something plastic.
Depends, Mustard is good for a couple weeks. Soy sauce is good for a while, two weeks plus... Curry paste can have large amounts of salt, some has very little. Some is left out as a condiment. Some is kept refridgerated. It is hot, but that does not mean that it won't spoil. Salt and other preservatives will keep it far longer than home made curry sauce.
3. Pre-cooked, non-dehydrated potatoes.
Don't do it. At 80F days it will last 1, maybe two days. A raw (living) potatoe will keep about 5 days to a week under the same conditions. Carbs spoil quite rapidly once the cell inetgrity is broken. Of couse this can be delayed by how it is cooked. A french fry will just about deydrate itself, staing good for a long time..2 weeks plus. A boiled potatoe with the skin removed will go bad quickly...24 hours if kept dark with some handling between(as a starter culture.)