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Thread: Help! I left cooked meat out overnight...Can I eat it??

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    Exclamation Help! I left cooked meat out overnight...Can I eat it??

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    I made a delish chicken curry and left it out for about 8 hours on the stove while cooled off to room temp. I boiled it when I found it this morning (its almost soup like so all the meat is boil-able) and put it in the fridge, hoping it will be fine...

    Would you still eat this?
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    Yes.

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    yep

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    I always do this.....accidentally. It's always fine.



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    Yay! I do this w/ bone broth sometimes but haven't w/ actual chunks of meat b/4. Glad you all approve! I'm sure it will be a-ok--planning to heat some up for breakfast...mmmmm!
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    One night will not ruin your meal.
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    Done it, will do it again.

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    One time I let some meat thaw, but for some reason couldn't get around to cooking it, so I refroze it, then thawed it again later and cooked it and ate it oh my gooooodddddddd
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    To bring back the lulz, make sure to bump Rivvin's sauerkraut thread with an update of your own.

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    I stuck a leftover cooked rib in the microwave to zap for a snack. Spaced it until the next morning, so I had it for breakfast. No problem

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