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    Default Leftover chicken

    I cooked a roast chicken tonight and was going to make a chicken & salad sandwich for lunch tomorrow.
    I'm 25weeks can I eat this? Or is the chicken supposed to be hot?

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    I did in my pregnancy but make sure you handle the chicken properly in terms of safe temperatures, storage and use. Others might know better than I do though !

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    If you refrigerated it as soon as cool, and handled it correctly, it will be fine for lunch tomorrow. Probably not the day after though

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    Thanks ladies.
    I chickened out and only took cheese & salad. Wasn't quite confident that DH put the chicken in the fridge in a timely manner as he was on dishes and clean up duty.


 

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