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comment What types of food are safe for short-term room-temperature storage?
This makes a lot of sense. I'm probably not the person to launch it, though. :)
Aug
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comment What types of food are safe for short-term room-temperature storage?
Incidentally, I believe a large-ish table with notes is the right way to answer this question. For example, storage onions and potatoes are measured in months.
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comment What types of food are safe for short-term room-temperature storage?
Perhaps cooking.stackexchange.com/questions/2642/… would be a good spot? Disclosure: I wrote the question, long ago.
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comment I left fully cooked lasagna out all night
Update, I didn't realize Aaronut and Satanicpuppy are in an extended debate on this site re: food-safety questions. I'll bow out now.
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comment I left fully cooked lasagna out all night
I haven't had the pleasure of reading Myhrvold's research, sadly. I will say I agree generally with @satanicpuppy's perspective that I would eat reheated lasagna under the terms described above. I agree with Michael and Aaronut that it would not be suitable for guests and certainly not at a professional food establishment.