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fatboydave
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re: Chicken left out overnight?


Eat it! The cave men didn't have no fancy refrigerators for their cooked meats.

If you do eat it, get a good book and soft toilet paper. You will need both.






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Arkla Missy
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Member since Jan 2013
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re: Chicken left out overnight?


Jmo, but probably not the best decision to eat it after you re-heat it. You really might want to re-think that after it's been left out for ten hours. Then again, I'm a big baby when it comes to food poisoning.





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BigBrian774
Mississippi
Member since Jan 2013
591 posts

re: Chicken left out overnight?


Toss it, it's not worth the risk. I ate some spaghetti that had been left out overnight and thought I was gonna die. Throwing up, and had the worst shits of my life for two days. Trust me if you've ever had food poisoning no way you'd touch it





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TigerTatorTots
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re: Chicken left out overnight?


I;ve had food poisoning a few times. Worst was getting it the night before I had to fly home from Thailand. Try being on a plane, not able to do anything but sit upright for 21 hours with a major case of food poisoning

Most miserable experience of my life. Anyway, 3 hours later, I feel normal. Hopefully I wake up in the morning feeling alright






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LNCHBOX
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re: Chicken left out overnight?


It will be fine. I've left chicken out plenty times and eaten it the next day or refrigerated it to eat later.





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TigerTatorTots
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I'm alive with no I'll feeling





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KennesawTiger
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Marietta, GA
Member since Dec 2006
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re: Chicken left out overnight?


If you cooked it already, it's fine. A little soggy, most likely, but safe to eat.





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