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Unread 04-27-2012, 01:44 PM   #16
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I would have cooked it.......
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Unread 04-27-2012, 02:01 PM   #17
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Well, I'd be surprised if it would've made you sick. Salted beef was a staple in the navy before refrigeration. They kept that on ships (unrefrigerated) and ate it for months. Yeah, if it wasn't cured right, it would make you sick, but I don't think a couple hours on the counter in the kitchen would be any problem. I expect you were planning to smoke it too. In any case, that was a nice treat for the dogs. BTW, one of the best places to rinse is in the toilet tank, assuming you don't put those tablets in the back. Every time you flush, it drains and refreshes the water. My grandfather used to rinse the meat there for two days.
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Unread 04-27-2012, 02:08 PM   #18
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That sounds disgusting.
It was an old-time and very common method. If you mentioned it half a century ago, you'd be surprised how many people did this. The toilet tank has fresh (drinking) water coming in. To clarify, I'm talking about the tank, not the bowl.
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Well, I'd be surprised if it would've made you sick. Salted beef was a staple in the navy before refrigeration. They kept that on ships (unrefrigerated) and ate it for months. Yeah, if it wasn't cured right, it would make you sick, but I don't think a couple hours on the counter in the kitchen would be any problem. I expect you were planning to smoke it too. In any case, that was a nice treat for the dogs. BTW, one of the best places to rinse is in the toilet tank, assuming you don't put those tablets in the back. Every time you flush, it drains and refreshes the water. My grandfather used to rinse the meat there for two days.
Gore not to rain on your parade I am a plumbing contractor, every time you flush that toilet for a second of so it is subjected to sewer gas as the water empties the trap when leaving the tank allowing sewer gas to come back in the tank, that is why above the water line you see staining!! only use that water in an emergency!!
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Unread 04-27-2012, 02:29 PM   #21
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Never done it myself. Only know what was done decades ago. Grandpa actually had a toilet in the shed that was used ONLY for such purposes that drained into the garden.

The main point was that this cured meat was soaked for two days at temperatures that would be considered unsafe.
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Hmmm, rinse meat in toilet tank, water passes around meat then into toilet bowl, dog drinks from toilet bowl. Coincidence?
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And the dog lived!

Farkin germophobes. I wouldn't do it in my toilet, but maybe one that was actually cleaned once in a while......
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If you have dogs, cook it and chop it up for them. Dogs digestive systems can handle bacteria humans can't.

And, note to self, don't eat corned beef at Gore's house.

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That's funny! Gotta go find a wetnap to clean the laptop screen....

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If it's real corned beef it should have been cured with nitrites/nitrates right? If so a couple hours at room temp shouldn't hurt it, I'd think.
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Unread 04-27-2012, 06:30 PM   #27
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Hate to see meat that you don't eat. But be safe. Toss it.
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What no pron! Not even the dogs feasting?

I feel for you bro, hate to see a hunk of meat lost. ....
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Put the pot with water in the fridge next time, then when you fall asleep.... ;)

I think you made the right call. A few bucks worth of meat isn't worth spewing from both ends for days.
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Yup been there with the food poisoning. Puking so hard I broke blood vessels in my face and all the blood vessels in my eyes. My friend actually did a three day hospital stay from a separate meat left out incident..
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