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    I'd throw it out. I don't risk it with meat - chicken can go off easily and you can get horribly sick from food poisoning. Not worth the risk id say.

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    I'd chuck it. I'm a stickler for use by dates

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    I would bin it too. Too risky imo.

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    I would bin it. No way would I risk eating chicken that wasn't 100% ok., its just no worth it. Every time I see someone write they cook with raw chicken on here makes me want to scream!

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    Thanks ladies, I haven't opened it up, it's still in the fridge, but I will probably bin it.

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    I would bin it.
    I buy mostly reduced meat always still in date but they go straight to the freezer.


 

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