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Unread 09-27-2008, 08:11 AM   #1
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I've never had this happen before, but I have some fatty left over from last weekends smoke. It's Jimmy Dean sausage, and since it must have curing agents in it, is it still good a week after it has been smoked? TIA
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Unread 09-27-2008, 08:20 AM   #2
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You mean you have a left over fatty, That must be a first. We never have any left over.
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eat it! eat it NOW! put it on yer corn flakes or trix!

i don't know, man... i woulda sliced and froze it. what's the temp of your fridge?
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This might be an un-answer-abe questions......... I have never heard of left over fattie....
Give it the snif test... then go for it.
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One week should be fine. But I would slice it and heat them up real good on a hot skillet.
But....if there's ANY doubt, throw them out! You won't enjoy them if your wondering if you might get sick.
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eat it! eat it NOW! put it on yer corn flakes or trix!

i don't know, man... i woulda sliced and froze it. what's the temp of your fridge?
My super reliable red Thermapen says that it's 36* in the fridge.
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welllllll... how long would you keep lunchmeat from the deli in your fridge before tossing it?

the rule of "when in doubt, throw it out" is a good rule to live by. afterall, it's only a couple of bucks.
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I know that it's only a couple of bucks, but it's Fatty. Thanks
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I have to agree with Rick.
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have you ever had food poisoning? i'm not gonna tell you it's safe to eat, because i really don't want to hear about cramps and stuff. i had it in cancun... not fun...

anyway:
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the government sites are pretty conservative and they are conservative for a reason. there are a lot of variables, including total time between 40 & 140 degrees and other handling issues so making the call without knowing all the variables is pretty tuff.
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if there's ANY doubt, throw them out!
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Dude, I made a lot of fatties once and had to squirrel away a bunch of it. I was still munching on it three weeks later!
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I'd hit it, chase it with a beer to kill the cooties.
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I'd hit it, chase it with a beer to kill the cooties.
Yes, the addition of the beer is imperative. A slice of fattie with a Pepsi or OJ is unconscionable. As in, thats just wrong.

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