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No, opened or prepared food should be consumed 48 hrs after the day of production, some foods can be longer, but a week will make you ill, especially meat, fish, dairy or rice products :o)
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There are about 50 calories per ounce in roast beef. It depends on how many ounces of beef you use on your sandwich. No not 50 calories it is 400 calories in a roast beef sa…ndwitch because if you put more than that on it you will get fat. The answer above mine is a great example of what not to take into consideration when thinking about nutrition. One high calorie meal once every now and then will not cause you to gain a significant amount of weight. Start your basis with the first answer, 50 calories per oz of roast beef, and work from there. It all depends on what you add, vegetables such as lettuce, tomato and the like are nutritional, so they will not count for many fatty calories. It is the ingredients such as cheese and mayonaise that you must take care with if you want to avoid gaining weight. What type of bread you use can also be a factor. (Additionally, even at its slowest the human metabolism burns at least 1000 calories even while you are sedintary. Consuming solely 400 calories a day, therefore, would be starvation.)
I always prefer brown gravy, and if you want something light then Au Jus is nice and thin
No. It is not safe to eat meat that was left out all night. Unless it was 40°F where the meat was left. Potentially hazardous food should not be left at room temperature… for more than 2 hours. Less time is better. People constantly ask for some type of verification that the food they eat will not make them ill. That is nearly impossible to do without bacteriological and chemical tests, so all we can do is provide guidelines, like: * Handle food in a sanitary manner (wash hands, clean & sanitize food-contact surfaces, protect from cross-contamination, package & store properly) * Keep potentially hazardous food either hot or cold and cook and reheat thoroughly, and * Use it within a reasonable time. In the end, you are responsible for what you feed yourself and your family. This adage has truth to it: When in doubt, throw it out.
this is a good question. roast beef isn't as lean as turkey or chicken but quite healthy. also its good to have some fat in a sandwhich. :)
Forty thin slices of cooked roast beef, is the standard. but if you are cooking the roast beef yourself at least a 7 lb roast.
It's probably not good for them, although hamsters can eat ham (my hamster enjoys it) and chicken, it's not reccomended you feed them large amounts, just a tiny bit; about wha…t they can fit in their paws. Also, if you feed it any, make sure it's not very salty as hamsters shouldn't have large amounts of salt
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depends. Would you give it to them. I would just stick with the fake fish cat food.
Yes, it would be safe to eat as long as it has been frozen. They say that the quility of the meat suffers a bit after that period of time but it will not make you ill or anyth…ing like that. My concern would be if it has freezer burn on it, then it would not taste very good.
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because hamburger has been processed
In the 1700's John Montagu, the Earl of Sandwich (a place in England) was playing cards and didn't want to have to stop to eat a proper meal, so he had a servant bring him a p…iece of roast beef between two slices of bread. Thus was the sandwich born.
It can be served hot or cold. You can eat it as a main dish with vegetables or sliced on a sandwich. You can cut it into 1 inch cubes and add vegetable and broth and make a so…rt of stew.
If it was frozen, then thaw it out, then heat it up (making sure it is cooked through. If it was not frozen, then I'm not sure so be careful.
They can but might be hard to get them to. They only want things that are alive.
Yes it is But make sure it is cooked and prepared in the correct manner
If it was left in a cool room with clean conditions, in all likelihood it is fine for the average healthy person. It is still a good idea to put your food away the first possi…ble chance you get. It is not the best practice to leave it sitting out for hours.