Originally Posted by BBQchef33
Guess I am braver than most. Its only a few hours.. not days..
Bring to boil, kill the coodies, give it a sniff test and if it still smells good, its fair game.
I might try that, unless of course you sprinkled Parmesian on it the first time.
I wouldn't know a "good feet" from a "bad feet" smell
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