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Any poisoning risk? - views please!

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wrenster Mon 17-Dec-12 19:40:46

Just a quick bit of advice pls...

I'm planning on making a beef casserole tomorrow using the left over beef from the roast we had yesterday. I was thinking of just bunging it in the slow cooker at lunchtime ready for dinner time, as essentially it's only the veg that need cooking. However is the meat going to reach a temperature to ward off any nasty bugs?!

Would normally not hesitate but we have been besieged by illness for 2 weeks now and I couldn't bear to add food poisoning to the list!

Any views would be gratefully received. Thank you

CogitOCrapNotMoreSprouts Tue 18-Dec-12 10:54:27

If the beef is cooked and has been kept refrigerated since yesterday I don't think you'll kill anyone by warming it up in a slow-cooker.

SquishyCinnamonSwirls Tue 18-Dec-12 10:56:50

That sounds similar to what I do and we've never been ill from it.

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