How long would you keep a chicken carcass...

(7 Posts)

boil it - it would smell bad if it had started to turn.

frootshoots Sun 07-Oct-12 17:31:41

I'm a risk taker too, but I'm a bit funny when it comes to chicken...

Ah to hell with it, I'm going to boil! And surviiiive! I hope

MarjorieAntrobus Sun 07-Oct-12 17:09:56

X posts with other wise reckless wimmin. grin

MarjorieAntrobus Sun 07-Oct-12 17:08:32

Boil. If the smell offends then chuck. It'll be fine, I think.

Big risk-taker, food-wise, I am. (channelling Yoda for some reason!)

Cast iron stomachs here.

Also, I hate wasting food.

evenkeel Sun 07-Oct-12 17:08:02

I'd have thought that was fine as long as it's been safely in the fridge the whole time. Well, I'd happily use it for stock anyway <hastily denies any responsibility for future projectile-vomiting episodes grin>

But if you feel at all doubtful, don't do it, I'd say.

I now usually gather up all such bits of chicken and chuck them in a bag in the freezer, then take a batch out every now and then and boil it up from frozen when I need stock. Gets round the 'will I, won't I poison everyone' scenario!

CelticParalympian Sun 07-Oct-12 17:05:47

Boil!

Unless it smells bad it's probably fine. But I laugh in the face of use by dates and freezer rules and have a constitution of iron. smile

frootshoots Sun 07-Oct-12 17:01:14

Before chucking it out? I have one in a tub in the fridge from Wednesday, with the drumsticks still on, was going to use it to make a chicken barley soup. We will projectile vom record breaking lengths won't we?

Say the word and I will bin or boil wink

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