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papz
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re: Chicken left out overnight?

I've had left over fried chicken plenty of times after being left out overnight.

You'll survive.


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TigerHam85
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re: Chicken left out overnight?
I personally wouldn't mess with it. Then again, I took 2 micro biology course in college. Chicken and Gumbo left out are both terrifying to me.


DBeaux225
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re: Chicken left out overnight?
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I personally wouldn't mess with it. Then again, I took 2 micro biology course in college. Chicken and Gumbo left out are both terrifying to me.


I ate gumbo that was left out before and ended up with the squirts for 3 days.

I think chicken if cooked to perfection is alright being left out overnight as long as the temperature in the house isn't too warm.

The op should be able to enjoy his chicken without a problem.

Image: http://stream1.gifsoup.com/view5/2298131/kfc-dancing-with-chicken-o.gif



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OldSouth
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Folsom, LA
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re: Chicken left out overnight?
It's fine.


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Zach
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re: Chicken left out overnight?
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Am I going to die?

Yes. We all do.
But in re: to the chicken I would de-bone it and give it to the dogs. It takes a LOT of bacteria to kill a dog.


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CITWTT
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baton rouge
Member since Sep 2005
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re: Chicken left out overnight?
Debone and make a chicken stew or soup with it. The secondary cooking should kill any pathogens in it. The other option is debone and feed the dog.


Jones
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re: Chicken left out overnight?
quote:

I think chicken if cooked to perfection is alright being left out overnight as long as the temperature in the house isn't too warm.


false


quote:

The secondary cooking should kill any pathogens in it.


and false


dallastiger55
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Jennings, LA
Member since Jan 2010
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re: Chicken left out overnight?
id eat it while sitting on the shitter


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AlxTgr
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Kyre Banorg
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re: Chicken left out overnight?
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false


False


Jones
New Orleans Saints Fan
Member since Oct 2005
57830 posts

re: Chicken left out overnight?
which part? cetainly not the first statement.



second part. simply reheating the food isnt going to kill all the pathogens/bacteria. if this were the case, why would we even refrigerate the food in the first place?


AlxTgr
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Kyre Banorg
Member since Oct 2003
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re: Chicken left out overnight?
You're right. The temperature is irrelevant. It would be ok no matter what.


Degas
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re: Chicken left out overnight?
Have your mother in law over for dinner.


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Sherman Klump
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re: Chicken left out overnight?
fricking pussies.


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Jones
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re: Chicken left out overnight?
sure man


AlxTgr
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Kyre Banorg
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TigerTatorTots
LSU Fan
Mandeville, LA
Member since Jul 2009
69002 posts

re: Chicken left out overnight?
Should have mentioned its boneless skinless chicken breast


OldSouth
LSU Fan
Folsom, LA
Member since Oct 2011
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re: Chicken left out overnight?
NOW you tell us. Are you at least as famous as Pat Sumerall? These things come in 3's you know.


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Jake88
George Mason Fan
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Member since Apr 2005
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re: Chicken left out overnight?
The secondary cooking will kill all of the bacteria but, it won't rid the food of the toxins produced by those bacteria.

I wouldn't eat it.


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RedMustang
Auburn Fan
Member since Oct 2011
4784 posts

re: Chicken left out overnight?
I would definitely eat it, but then I like to live dangerously. I made some chicken nachos a couple days ago and the leftovers were on the counter all night. I had them the next day for lunch and I'm still alive. They sat out for about 17 hours.


TigerTatorTots
LSU Fan
Mandeville, LA
Member since Jul 2009
69002 posts

re: Chicken left out overnight?
Well I'm heating up chicken breast #1 right now. If I don't post tomorrow, you'll know I kicked the bucket


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