Made a peanut butter cheesecake on Saturday night. Is it still ok tonight do you think? It's made with sour cream and cream cheese.
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13-12-2011 18:41 #1
13-12-2011 18:45 #2
No idea, but YUUMMMM!!!!!
13-12-2011 18:45 #3
I would think so!
13-12-2011 18:46 #4
yeh i would imagine it should be fine if it was kept in fridge the whole time?
at the patiserries I worked at cheesecakes lasted 3 days before being thrown away - so based on that if you made sat: sat-sun day 1, sun-mon day 2, mon-tues day 3. So depending on time somewhere between 3 and 4 days.
13-12-2011 18:47 #5
Ah lovely thank you.
If I get food poisoning I'm blaming you all
13-12-2011 18:54 #6
bahaha... i know nothingggggggggggggggg..........
13-12-2011 18:56 #7
Give it to me, I'll eat it!
13-12-2011 19:24 #8
I'd be eating that baby for a week , seriously .
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13-12-2011 19:28 #9
i want the recipe!!!
i guess as long as the sour cream and/or cream cheese wasnt going out of date (like use by 11/12/11) then i see no reason for it to not be ok
13-12-2011 19:34 #10
Oh God yes! Ta for Kate, sharing is caring
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