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Would you eat this?

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lljkk Tue 24-Dec-13 17:49:23

yes, we are dustbins, no problems.

80sdrummer Tue 24-Dec-13 17:10:16

We've no heating in our kitchen so it gets cold over night - I'd eat it

ShotgunNotDoingThePans Mon 23-Dec-13 17:23:01

Same as Stella.

Helpyourself Mon 23-Dec-13 17:21:37

Yes. My house is v cold though!

Chocolateporridge Mon 23-Dec-13 17:19:47

Phew, cos it was flippin delicious smile even if I do say so myself blush

Thanks for your reassurance!

stella69x Mon 23-Dec-13 14:31:51

Freeze it and carry on as normal. My leftovers to be frozen quite often sit out overnight as they are not properly cold before I want to go to bed, so I freeze them when I get up in the morning. My DC's & I are still here to tell the tale!

LucyLasticKnickers Mon 23-Dec-13 13:45:46

if you heat it up and boil it i reckon it should be fine

DeckTheHallsWithBoughsOfHorry Mon 23-Dec-13 13:39:47

Honestly? Depends how cold your house is. Our kitchen isn't heated so I don't immediately panic about leaving things out.

Chocolateporridge Mon 23-Dec-13 13:28:31

I made slow cooked beef casserole yesterday and mashed potato. There was loads left over, so I put it into tubs last night, planning to freeze it, but forgot to actually put it in the freezer! It sat out all night on the counter until 7am, when I put it in the fridge while I decide what to do with it.

What would you do? Bin it, eat it pronto, freeze it?

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