Food & Cooking
If excessive-risk foods have been left in the temperature danger zone for longer than two hours, but lower than 4 hours, they should be consumed instantly. If excessive-danger foods have been left within the temperature hazard zone for up to two hours the food should be reheated, refrigerated or consumed.
Don’t eat food that’s been left out of the fridge for greater than four hours – particularly poultry, meat, seafood, cooked rice and cooked pasta. This applies to salads too – not only do they look unattractive and limp they will develop dangerous bacteria.
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