Left babybels out of fridge
unicornsrule · 21/03/2019 16:44
Bought in tesco at 10 am
Put in fridge at 3pm
HopeAndJoy16 · 21/03/2019 16:47
It's fine, cheese is apparently best stored out the fridge in a larder anyway apparently 🤷♀️
fourquenelles · 21/03/2019 16:48
They are a food to take camping/to festivals as they survive for a good few days without being refrigerated. A few hours is no problem. Eat away.
seanceinterrupted · 21/03/2019 16:53
I don't live in the UK. Some supermarkets here store them out of the fridge
TopBitchoftheWitches · 21/03/2019 16:54
I leave babybels in my car for days and still eat them when working. I work pretty much from my car.
SavageBeauty73 · 21/03/2019 16:57
I found some in my car boot a few days after my weekly shop 😋
Ragwort · 21/03/2019 16:58
Do people really worry about this sort of thing? .
I too my evening meal out of the fridge at 7am this morning, I hate it eating ‘fridge cold’ food. I will be perfectly happy to eat it 7pm tonight (no cooking needed) and don’t expect any adverse side effects.
BikeRunSki · 21/03/2019 16:59
They’ll be fine. They are massively processed. I have eaten babybems which have been in my changing bag for days weeks
ShitAtScarbble · 21/03/2019 17:16
Do people really worry about this sort of thing?
This is beyond my comprehension too. I put it down to people having too much, too easily replaceable. What on earth do you think is going to happen to cheese - cheese processed to fuck and sealed in wax. What is going to happen to it?
Anyway - after no-deal Brexit people will be happily eating Babybel that's been out of the fridge for a week!
LordPickle · 21/03/2019 17:16
We bought a giant babybel in Paris and left it in our hotel room for 2 days then brought it back in our luggage and ate it when we got home. It was good.
Ribrabrob · 21/03/2019 17:20
I find it completely strange and bizarre somebody would even worry about this too
BarbaraofSevillle · 21/03/2019 18:06
Me too Rib
How do they think people survived 50 years ago when hardly anyone had fridges?
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