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So, I made a peanut butter sandwich the other day but forgot about it and left it (wrapped in gladwrap) out in room temperature for 6 hours. (Brioche bun as the bread, peanut butter and butter) and I was wondering if it would be ok to eat as I ate it anyways.

  • Welcome to the site @Chode, was your sandwich just peanut butter, or was something else in it? – GdD May 21 '18 at 8:35
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    Possible duplicate of How long do peanut butter sandwiches last at room temperature? – Cindy May 21 '18 at 8:40
  • Hey @GdD thankyou for the welcoming, so sorry for my late reply. The sandwich had peanut butter and salted butter – Chode May 21 '18 at 9:24
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Generally, peanut butter has a fairly good shelf life. Putting it on bread doesn't change that.

Ordinary salted butter should also be alright for a day or two, as long as it wasn't in direct sunlight or high moisture or anything like that.

Most importantly, both butter and peanut butter will not spoil in a way that goes unnoticed. They will smell or feel wrong very obviously.

Disclaimer: This is not restaurant level hygiene advice, and probably contradicts public-health guidelines. It's certainly good enough for your own sandwiches though.

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