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Eek - out of date gammon!

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Aquiver Fri 23-Dec-16 16:35:15

Argh! Discovered an unsmoked gammon joint lurking at the back of the fridge (meant to cook this last week) - use by 16 Dec sad

Should I risk cooking it in the Instant Pot / Oven or freezing - or just chuck it away? WWYD?

Am so annoyed with myself as I hate food waste!

TyneTeas Fri 23-Dec-16 16:41:03

If it smells okay if eat it, but would probably cook it a bit longer

TyneTeas Fri 23-Dec-16 16:41:31

I'd not if

Badcat666 Fri 23-Dec-16 16:42:10

At Tyne said, give it a smell, if it smells ok then should be ok to nom.

Rubyslippers7780 Fri 23-Dec-16 16:43:46

If no smell it should be OK. Just make sure properly cooked.

Kleptronic Fri 23-Dec-16 16:45:00

Well it's gammon, it's laden with salt, which is a preservative. So yeah, I would, as long as it looked/smelled as it should. Chicken, no no no. Gammon, yes.

pklme Fri 23-Dec-16 16:46:14

It's fine, it's cured. Unless the plastic bag is bloated, it will be fine.

Aquiver Fri 23-Dec-16 16:54:23

Thank you all. It has been tightly vacuum sealed (just one of those Ocado wrapped joints) and the packaging does not appear to be bloated. I will give it the sniff test!

Thank you fgrin

HotMilkVolcano Wed 04-Jan-17 14:38:11

I've just come on the ask the same thing!

Are you still alive OP? wink

Aquiver Wed 04-Jan-17 17:07:39

Sadly Hotmilk I had left it too long sad gammon was distinctly whiffy (not just a 'meaty' smell) and I decided not to chance it.

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