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Can I eat a day old rice?

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toomuchtodo Mon 20-Aug-07 17:23:09

I know rice is dodgy, dh made chicken stir fry and rice yesterday, its been in the fridge, covered.

Can I eat it or will it be a no no?

SixKindsofCrisis Mon 20-Aug-07 17:24:47

I always sure day-old rice, if it's been stored properly. I understand that it can be dodgy but I've never had a problem.

SixKindsofCrisis Mon 20-Aug-07 17:25:09

use not 'sure'

BecauseImWorthIt Mon 20-Aug-07 17:25:42

If it's only a day old, and it's been in the fridge it will be fine. Just make sure that it's really, really hot all the way through. Blitz it in the microwave, stir it, and blitz it again.

Greensleeves Mon 20-Aug-07 17:26:39

It will be like little rubber pellets though, if you nuke it twice in a microwave!!!

pobletsmum Mon 20-Aug-07 17:26:48

I eat 1 dat old rice too, but make sure it's eaten cold straight from the fridge or piping hot throughout. I don't think you're supposed to re-heat it, but I always have.

smeeinit Mon 20-Aug-07 17:27:01

my parents used to won a peking restaurant which obviously served a lot of rice (!) and we were always very carefullw ith only using rice cooked fresh however i always eat day old rice and im fine!! i think..........

greenday Mon 20-Aug-07 17:27:01

I always eat rice that's been a few days old. I usually make it into fried rice. Just make sure you cook it well again.

smeeinit Mon 20-Aug-07 17:27:35

thats own not won

Mellin Mon 20-Aug-07 17:28:01

I use day old rice all the time to make fried rice. In fact fried rice is better if the rice is a day old.
I've never heard of cooked rice being dodgy?

pirategirl Mon 20-Aug-07 17:30:01

yeah i have heard of that, I wonder why inconspicous rice can be good at food poisoning. ?

BecauseImWorthIt Mon 20-Aug-07 17:33:06

There's a particular bacteria that it grows, apparently.

Mercy Mon 20-Aug-07 17:34:29

advice on rice!

The friend of a friend is a microbiologist and always said this too.

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