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Re-Heating take-aways

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MrsSnape Wed 23-Jul-08 12:21:32

I just want to start off by saying I don't usually allow my kids to eat left over take-aways for their lunch!

Ok, DS2 had a kebab meat and chips as a treat last night but only managed to eat half of it.

Now DS1 wants the other half for his lunch. It has been wrapped up in foil and left on the side all night.

a) will it be ok to eat at all?
b) is it possible to heat it up or is that dodgy?

FioFio Wed 23-Jul-08 12:22:06

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Tutter Wed 23-Jul-08 12:22:19

no! bowk

if it had been in the fridge then possibly

but, in this heat...?

RubySlippers Wed 23-Jul-08 12:23:03

throw it

hasn't been in the fridge over night

it will be food poisoning waiting to happen

2point4kids Wed 23-Jul-08 12:23:09

No way!!

I wouldnt even eat reheated kebab meat if it had been in the fridge all night, let alone out on a hot night!!

MamaG Wed 23-Jul-08 12:23:15


Carmenere Wed 23-Jul-08 12:23:24

No, sorry I wouldn't chance it

schneebly Wed 23-Jul-08 12:23:33

maybe if it had been in the fridge but, no

MrsSnape Wed 23-Jul-08 12:24:14

*hangs head in shame*

Thank god I asked on here first! blush

falcon Wed 23-Jul-08 13:27:15

I'd have no problem allowing them to heat up a chow mein or a curry, but I draw the line at kebab meat even if it had been in the fridge all night I wouldn't risk it.

Rice is another food that I wouldn't reheat, not that it's terribly relevant to the thread.grin

candyfluff Wed 23-Jul-08 19:58:50

fridge fridge and more fridge methinks

mindalina Wed 23-Jul-08 20:02:32

But doesn't kebab meat just sit in the shop for days on end? Surely that's not much different to being on the side in the kitchen? Not that I would generally endorse eating day old kebabs, but I'm just a bit confused.

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