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    is a cooked chook from the deli of a supermarket ok for dinner for 10 weeks preg? am going to heat it in the microwave. Thanks

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    Not reheated I don't think. Your not meant to eat left overs which is essentially what this is. Reheated food.

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    oh so I shouldn't give it to her from the fridge to microwave to table? sorry if I sound dumb just want to be careful, it didn't even occur to me when I bought it

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    Yeah. It needs to be piping hot so it's not bit tricky as its already cooked an they often get lukewarm and that is great for bugs to grow in.

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    The NSW Food Authority booklet says;

    Hot takeaway chicken is fine if purchased freshly cooked and and eaten while hot. Leftovers must be stored in fridge and reheated. Used within a day of purchase.

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    If we buy a chook and there is a possibility of pregnancy, we eat it hot when freshly bought just before dinner, then I pull apart the leftover chicken into pieces and put it into the freezer to add to enchiladas, risotto, stir fries, pasta dishes at a later date.

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    ok well I bought it earlier today and its in the fridge for use for dinner tonight.. I will make DIL something else


 

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