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Lasagne made on Tuesday - yay or nay?

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INeedNewShoes Sat 04-Jan-20 11:02:22

Leftover lasagne from New Year's Eve that has been in the fridge since then.

Would you eat it today?

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NotSuchASmugMarriedNow1 Sat 04-Jan-20 11:04:26

No - it was made 5 days ago.

minniemoll Sat 04-Jan-20 11:04:49

It'll be fine, I'd eat it up to a week later....

ShagMeRiggins Sat 04-Jan-20 11:05:31

Absolutely I’d eat it.

alwaysmovingforwards Sat 04-Jan-20 11:05:39

If it smells ok, I'd eat it.

INeedNewShoes Sat 04-Jan-20 11:40:58

Thanks for your responses. I'm erring towards eating it.

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FamilyOfAliens Sat 04-Jan-20 11:42:36

Meat lasagne - no.
Vegetable lasagne - yes, provided it has been in the fridge the whole time.

TheCanterburyWhales Sat 04-Jan-20 11:44:28

And I'm in Italy where dh, a chef, regales me joyously about how restaurants make one batch of sauce a month and just top it up every so often.

Doje Sat 04-Jan-20 12:07:39

Yeah, I'd eat it.

MiddleClassProblem Sat 04-Jan-20 12:14:23


Ninkanink Sat 04-Jan-20 12:17:29

Yes, it’ll be absolutely fine.

blackcat86 Sat 04-Jan-20 12:21:28

No. I wouldn't risk it. Food poisoning is horrible and best avoided.

inwood Sat 04-Jan-20 12:24:38

No. 3 days is my limit.

Frenchfancy Sat 04-Jan-20 12:25:09

Yes. Up to à week if fridged

PerfectPeaches Sat 04-Jan-20 12:28:52

Yes eat it

BillieEilish Sat 04-Jan-20 12:32:44


crustycrab Sat 04-Jan-20 12:35:36

Yeah, just make sure it's piping hot

ThunderboltandLightning Sat 04-Jan-20 12:36:08

Yes. Bet the lasagne you buy in supermarkets has more than a 5 day shelf life.

Marmite27 Sat 04-Jan-20 12:36:22


PenelopeFlintstone Sat 04-Jan-20 12:46:45


FelicityBeedle Sat 04-Jan-20 12:48:24

Yep enjoy!

Babyg1995 Sat 04-Jan-20 12:48:34

No I wouldn't but I know someone who makes a chicken last a week and there fine haha .

FamilyOfAliens Sat 04-Jan-20 12:53:36

Bet the lasagne you buy in supermarkets has more than a 5 day shelf life.

Yes, of course it has. It’s been prepared and packaged under controlled conditions in a factory so that it lasts longer.

A homemade lasagne isn’t the same at all.

Ambrose2 Sat 04-Jan-20 12:56:12

I always limit to 3 days, 2 for chicken, but I err on the side of caution having had terrible food poisoning in the past.

Gasp0deTheW0nderD0g Sat 04-Jan-20 13:49:07

I would.

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