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Yes, it will "make it last longer in the fridge" for a certain definition of "last longer": it will not mould nor infect other foodstuffs in the fridge if it doesn't come into direct contact with any of them. Is it still safe to eat after a few of these re-heatings? Very probably not! Elaboration: More then half of the number of cells in your body are ...


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Unless you left it open to the air it should be perfectly safe. Maple sap is thickened into syrup via boiling so any bacteria/etc. originating in it will be killed off. Thick sugary syrups also make it very hard for bacteria and mold to grow. Despite the plentiful food source, the concentrated sugar is dessicative: OK, maple syrup is wet, but it’s ...


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Will be perfectly fine. Maple syrup does not have enough sugar to prevent mold and no preservatives, so like bread or wine, it can develop mold after 7 days or so, pending the environment. 1 or 2 days, not an issue. Typically it's what you add to syrup that causes the mold after opening. Plastic containers shorten shelf life Conisderably to about 1 ...


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I don't recall seeing them unrefrigerated as far back as the 1970's, so either your big cities were slower to take up the practice than the smaller towns and cities I've frequented stores in, or your memory is fudging some numbers. The mystical magical "bloom" only works if the egg is free of fecal matter. Given a choice of bloom and fecal matter or washed ...


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Other possibile reasons are. 1- the meat has a different water content than usual (you buy the same packet but they change suppliers), or/and 2- pick and save just got it from the storage freezer (-30C to the shop floor freezers (-18C) when you got it home it was still super frozen and it's going to take longer to thaw.


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Either you've insulated it or your fridge is really cold. I suggest using a thermometer to check your fridge temperature. Parts of your fridge may be at slightly different temperatures than other parts; it may help to move it to a warmer part of the fridge (if that can be done safely, you don't want it dripping on your produce, for example). You could use ...


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My usual hiking partners and I have used prosciutto on several camping trips lasting between 5 and 14 days all mid summer. We have never had a problem with cured meats not being refrigerated. They taste great and have never given any of us any stomach issues. Salted pork has been around for a lot longer than refrigeration has. However as with anything read ...



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