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    Default Soup safe to eat?

    I made chicken and vegetable soup on monday, would you think it's ok to eat today (Thursday)??

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    Depends- how has it been stored?

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    Tupperware in the fridge

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    Yep, I'd eat it. Just make sure you heat it up until it's steaming hot Luv

    I follow the "Consume within 3 days" rule for most leftovers (if I don't freeze them), but I'd chuck it out after today

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    I wouldn't eat it... but that's 'cause I'm very careful as I work in childcare.

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    Here's a link that might help:

    http://www.foodsafety.gov/keep/charts/storagetimes.html

    @DT75 I expect you to be overly cautious given that you're Preggo Luv

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlondeinBrisvegas View Post
    Here's a link that might help:

    http://www.foodsafety.gov/keep/charts/storagetimes.html

    @DT75 I expect you to be overly cautious given that you're Preggo Luv
    Well yes there is that too but I have always been careful since doing a Food Handling course two years ago... the stuff people do... yuck!

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    @DT75 Yes, that's a good point, but the OP made it herself, so shouldn't be a problem

    For the record, I'm very careful too but I'd still eat it!!

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    Wouldn't even occur to me not to eat it as it's home made.



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    I try to have a 2 day cut-off for chicken. Everything else is 3 days at the most. And all leftovers heated til piping hot.
    I *might* do that soup though, because it can be easily simmered for a while to help kill off any nasties.


 

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