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Almost 2 month Thawed turkey in refrigerator [duplicate]

I was admitted in hospital right before Christmas.Just got back home mid february. Had a whole turkey thawing in fridge, still packaged, no leakage. Is this still any good to cook and eat or ...
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Storing fresh wheat noodles [duplicate]

What is the best way to store wheat based noodles with no eggs like fresh udon noodles? Can you just leave it in a plastic sealed container in the fridge? How long will it last for sealed in the ...
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How long can you keep a fresh turkey in fridge [duplicate]

Hello how long to keep fresh turkey in fridge for before cooking
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How to tell if Koji rice is bad?

I have some store bought Cold Mountain brand Koji rice. On the container it says it keeps in the fridge for "6-12 months". I've had it for about 8 months, but can detect no change from when I bought ...
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Marinating time for St. Louis Ribs [duplicate]

Can you marinate St Louis Ribs for 48 hours? I’m using a Garlic and Soy marinade for Chinese Sticky Ribs. It’s a mostly dry rub (brown sugar, salt, dry mustard, ginger, clove and grainy Dijon mustard)...
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Out of Date refrigerated Cook Meat Vacuumed sealed [duplicate]

If I have a Pre-Cooked Prime Rib in my refrigerator for 80 days that was below 40°F that has never opened up, can I re-cook this product meeting time and temperature and still have a safe product to ...
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Is it safe to eat old ice-cream? [duplicate]

I have an non-opened I ice-cream in the freezer that is older that one year.is it save to eat it?
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Will a premixed sauce made of corn starch, soy sauce, and sugar degrade in quality when stored in a fridge?

I’ve read this canonical question about food safety, so my question is explicitly not about the safety aspect. I was curious if there were quality implications of storage of the sauce, and what the ...
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What does the USDA mean when it says cooked (meat) is good for a range of days? [duplicate]

For example, it says cooked beef is good for 3-4 days. Does this mean that some cooked beef will not be good after 3 days? Should extra precautions be taken if eating food between 3 and 4 days? If ...
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When to throw out a recipe [duplicate]

If I have cooked chicken and need it to used by Sunday, can I make soup with it and the soup have an extended shelf life? Or do I need to throw out the soup on Monday?
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Spices very powdery when cooking

This is a constant problem I have when cooking chicken dishes with low water content. I add my spices and a bit of water so that everything mixes. The problem exists in the end result. When I taste ...
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Is it safe to put fresh hot soup in a glass mason jar?

I make soup in a slow cooker and I'd like to store individual servings. If I take the freshly made hot soup from the slow cooker and ladle it into mason jars and screw down the lids, is that safe? I ...
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How long does store bought ranch dressing last once opened and does it need to be refrigerated? [duplicate]

once we open the bottle and reseal with our own bottle would it need to be refrigerated? we are looking to buy in bulk and rebottle the dressing. Thank you
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Cooking rice in bulk and adding to stew for weekday meals [duplicate]

I usually cook a stew of some kind on a Sunday, put it in a container in the fridge, I then eat it for an evening meal during the rest of the week up to Friday or Saturday. Each weekday evening I cook ...
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When do foods with a use-by date really go bad? [duplicate]

UPDATE: All the standard recommendations say you can only store refrigerated raw chicken for 1-2 days, but that seems really conservative, since it's designed for immunocompromised people. Therefore, ...

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