I promised myself that I wouldn't post on here with 'what can I eat' threads with number 2! But here you go anyway because I am absolutely hanging for a corned meat sandwich!
We cooked it up and ate it hot last night, but there is a bowl of leftover meat in the fridge - do you think I could eat it if I heated it up to steaming and put it on a sandwich?
(please say yes or I might cry while watching DD eat hers!)
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16-09-2013 11:02 #1Senior Member
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Reheating leftover meats.
16-09-2013 11:06 #2
Yep, heating it til it's steaming will kill any bacteria present. I happily reheat 1 day old leftovers that I have prepared when pregnant.
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16-09-2013 11:07 #3
Yes, go ahead, when its you're own home cooked meat and you've put it in the fridge over night it's absolutely fine to have the next day. You can heat it up piping again, but honestly, I think it would be fine just sliced and had cold.
16-09-2013 11:21 #4Senior Member
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Awesome, thanks guys! (I was actually snarfing it down while reading your responses) but next time it won't cause as much initial guilt.
It was delicious!
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