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    Default How long does thaw meat last

    I took 500g mince out of freezer on Friday and left in fridge.
    I didn't cook Friday night. Had takeaway on Saturday and today not hungry.

    Should it be ok to cook tomorrow?
    Or should I cook it now for tomorrow dinner?

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    I'd chuck it. I won't cook meat after 2 days, but that's just me.

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    I would chuck it. If it doesn't get used the night after I get it out I chuck it to be safe. Lol

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    I agree I'd chuck it

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    guidelines tend to say 1-2 days. Give it a smell. If it smells a bit ick I'd chuck it. If you still think it's ok just make sure it's cooked really well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    I would chuck it. If it doesn't get used the night after I get it out I chuck it to be safe. Lol
    I'm the same

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    I'd chuck it.

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    Oh dam it. I knew it. I hate waste lol. It seems fine still.

    hmm Might cook it up for my dog

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    I'd cook it tonight and have it for dinner tomorrow night.
    Just brown it with some garlic and onion and decide what to do with it tomorrow.

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    I would cook it and use it tomorrow night. That is assuming you brought it and froze it the same day. If it had already sat in your fridge a few days before freezing then I would be a bit more cautious. But hey if it smells, feels and looks fine then I would say it is. Have you seen how long supermarkets have meat sitting in their open fridges for?!?


 

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