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Unread 12-01-2012, 07:20 AM   #1
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Finally found Greek yogurt in Independence last night. I planned on finding a merinade recipe for it , and maybe eat some. Got up at 7 and realized i'd left it sitting outside on the table by the trailer and the temps were 50 ish. Is it still safe to eat/use?. You my brethren are , i think , pro's at knowing food safety , and my first choice for answers. What do u think? Would you use it?
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You should be fine. The whole reason yogurt came about was as a preservative technique for milk. The bacteria that makes it yogurt should keep any of the bad stuff from moving in. I wouldn't leave it on the counter for a week, but I don't think overnight at 50˚ is going to cause any problems.
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