Is it safe to sleep with an Kerosene Heather in the Room overnight?
For physical implications, sleeping with a kerosene heaters should be fine as long as there is nothing combustible surrounding it. However, I wouldn't want to sleep in a room where there is an accelerant constantly burning. It's your prerogative though.
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No food safety person would recommend that lasagna would be safe to eat after it was left out overnight. Throw it out.. Answer . I would not recommend eating anything left out overnight that contains ANY form of dairy (this includes the ricotta cheese in the lasagna), meat, eggs, or anything …that contains a single ingredient that should be stored in the refrigerator. (MORE)
It is not safe, because you don't know what type of bacteria is living in your sink. It is best to thaw meat in the refrigerator.
Kerosene viscosity is dependent upon temperature. Assuming a roomtemperature is 20 degrees Celsius (68 Fahrenheit) the kinematicviscosity of kerosene would then be 2.17 centistokes (35 SSU).
No. It is not safe to leave meat - cooked or uncooked - unrefrigerated overnight.
probably not, I don't think it would be safe.. (by pinkchibs) it depends on:. the temperature. the type. how much you wish the cheese was in the refrigerator.
Foods that are left out in room temperature for more than an hour can begin bacteria growth. Our stomach acids can kill some of these bacterias but not all and some can make you very sick. Keep foods OUT of the danger zone- Above 45 degrees and Below 145 degrees. Between these temperatures bacteria …lives and breeds on our foods. (MORE)
Only if where you leave it is as cold as a refrigerator. Potentially hazardous food should not be left out overnight.
No. Unless the room was as cold as a refrigerator, the meatloaf isnot safe to eat. Potentially hazardous food should not be left at room temperaturefor more than 2 hours. Less time is better. If you know that theproduct temperature was in the 140Â°F to 70Â°F range for 2 hours orless, then the …meat should be OK. If you have no idea how long thefood was in that range, then you are putting everyone who eats itat risk for food poisoning. Most pathogenic bacteria thrive at the same temperatures we like.Some of them form toxins that are not destroyed by heating. People constantly ask for some type of verification that the foodthey eat will not make them ill. That is nearly impossible to dowithout bacteriological and chemical tests, so all we can do isprovide 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 andreheat thoroughly, and . Use it within a reasonable time. In the end, you are responsible for what you feed yourself and yourfamily. This adage has truth to it: When in doubt, throw itout. (MORE)
If a person were to drink a can or bottle of soda that was left out overnight, they would be fine. Bacteria and such would not have time to grow within that short amount of time.
As long as it is classified as "1k water clear" Ask the attendant to be sure.
The trick is to bring the initial temperature up really fast for about an hour then turn it down to low. Most importantly, check the internal temperature in the morning and make sure there is sufficient water in the pot.
We can't answer that here. The only way for you to know if it is safe is if you checked the temperature of the food with a thermometer. You'll have to make that decision yourself.
Cooked pork that is re-heated to at least 160 degrees should be OK to eat. Uncooked pork is problematic. What I would do -- THIS IS NOT A RECOMMENDATION -- is smell it. If it smells OK, I would wash it thoroughly under running water, then cut it into 1 inch chunks and cook it in a stew with the t…emperature over 170 degrees for at least twenty minutes. Bring the temperature up slowly and the meat will stay tender. If the meat was cooked and left out overnight, you are risking the health of anyone who eats it. Cooking meat removes all the bacteria and leaves pathogens with unchallenged growth. Depending upon what pathogen might have taken hold, you might not be able to cook it safe. This does not mean that eating it guarantees illness, but I would not recommend using it. I would also not recommend using it if the meat was raw and left out. In the end, you are the one who will have to make the decision. The old adage is useful: When in doubt, throw it out. (MORE)
There is no way anyone can tell you that it is safe to eat without lab tests. It should have not been left out overnight unless where it was left out was as cold as a refrigerator. And 'cold' should be determined by a thermometer. You will have to make the decision on whether or not to use it.… (MORE)
NO! Never, it has eggs in it. It will not be worth the food poisoning. More information Actually, commercially prepared mayonnaise should be safe if left out overnight - as long as nothing else was mixed in with it. Keeping mayo refrigerated is for quality, not food safety. See Related Links. … If the mayo was homemade, then that's a different story. (MORE)
No it is not. I mean, you can eat it. But it will not taste right. And it might give you some tummy troubles. That is only partly true. Sour cream and yogurt are made the exact same way... by adding live cultures to milk(for yogurt) or cream(for sour cream), and then leaving them at room temp for… up to several days. As with anything, eventually it will "go bad", but if it tastes good, then it is good. Cottage cheese can be homemade by adding some vinegar to a gallon of milk and leaving it on the counter for a day. Then, rinse the vinegar and refrigerate. As a side note for healthy living, I always use plain yogurt instead of sour cream. It has all the taste without the fat, and none of the added chemicals and fake sweeteners that Fat Free Sour Cream has. Try it. (MORE)
Only if you're a complete fool. Kerosene is a light oil, made of hydrocarbons. It is used for heating, cooking and lighting. Some people use it as a treatment for arthritis by rubbing it on painful joints. It's also been used as an insecticide against mites and fleas. If you or someone you know d…rinks Kerosene, you or they will be Poisoned !!! FIRST AID must be performed immediately! Induce vomitting, give milk to drink, go directly to the hospital. NEVER EVER DRINK KEROSENE!!!!!!! if kerosene enters the liver then it becomes a serious problem and Doctors advise against making the affected person vomit (MORE)
If it smells ok then just try a sip of it to be sure. If it smells or tastes fermented then throw it out.
Processed produce should be handled like potentially hazardous food and should be kept refrigerated. So, it depends upon the outside temperature and whether the bag was perfectly sealed. If it was sealed, never opened, and it was as cold as a refrigerator outside than yes, it's perfectly fine. Howev…er, even if sealed, if it was extremely warm out than no I would not recommend eating it. Even if the lettuce doesn't look spoiled, you cannot see pathogenic bacteria that might have grown. It could be safe to eat, but you are the one who will have to determine if using it is worth the risk. (MORE)
I don't think it would be a very good idea leaving a crock pot on overnight if you have a family you wouldn't want to endanger there life or even your own. I think it is best to keep it off so you don't cause a fire in the middle of the night just for a dinner.
I'm not sure what you mean by 'safe', but vinegar can etch aluminum - so I would not recommend leaving vinegar in an aluminum pot overnight.
Beef stew is definitely NOT safe to eat if you have left it out overnight. For one, it has not been properly refriegerated (even if it has been covered)! Any food that is left out all night is going to be spoiled and will not be safe to eat.
No. Cooked macaroni has been hydrated so that the water content makes it no longer shelf stable. Pathogenic bacteria could easily grow on it overnight and produce toxins. Any leftovers should be refrigerated within 2 hours.
well it does depend on the type of fridge you have is it a model 56KX-423989-Z spectram than your fine!
as safe as the design of the heater, and the care of the operator. poor contruction is unsafe; good construction is safe. Proper maintenance is essential, as well as proper storage of fuel and keeping flammable items away from the heater.
It's safe, nothing is going to happen to you if you have flowers in your room. The only thing they do is make your room smell good, and make your room look good :] So don't worry!! Just enjoy the flowers and put a tsp. of sugar in the water so they can last longer
So long as it was kept at room temperature, it should be fine to eat after it was left out overnight.
If it is something that should have been refrigerated, it would not be safe to eat.
Ya but you need cautious or you can be killed by carbon dioxide (the silent killer)
"NO! No food can be kept out that should be refrigerated longer then 4 hours. Mayonnaise is one of the worst I wouldn't want to eat it if it had been left out 2 hours. If it is a unopened bottle then yes it can be left out till the best before date but after NO NO NO!" Actually, if it commercially …produced mayonnaise, it may not be as bad as you think. See below, excerpted from the State of Alaska Department of Environmental Health Food Safety and Sanitation Program's website: Myth #15 - "Mayonnaise is the dangerous ingredient in potato salad." In reality, it is the potatoes and eggs in potato salad that can cause foodborne illness. The mayonnaise actually acts as a preservative which protects the potato salad. Commercially purchased mayonnaise is pasteurized and has a high acid content that actually slows bacterial growth. Home-made mayonnaise, which is made with raw eggs, is not safe and should be avoided. To keep your potato salad safe: . Start with fully cooked and quickly cooled potatoes and eggs; . Use commercially purchased mayonnaise; and Keep the potato salad cold. (MORE)
if you car was anything wam to room temp. i wouldn't it is a good chance they are spoiled and u could get sick Phil vickery cook on g.m.t.v says no need to keep eggs in the fridge so i don't any more and have not had any problames at all.
For most people, no it is not. No, it is extremely uncomfortable, unless you're one of those people who can sleep sitting up. You can't lie down to sleep on a plane. You can tilt your seat back all the way, but you still won't be lying down. You'll just be leaning back. I cannot sleep unless I am …laying down flat, with my feet up, so I find it impossible to sleep on buses, trains and planes. Furthermore, unless you're in First Class, there is absolutely no room to stretch your legs. Your legs are crowded into that teeny-tiny space below your seat. You can put your feet up on the footrest, but they're still only inches from the floor. So, you can neither lay your head down NOR put your feet up, and you can't even stretch your legs out. It is extremely, unbearably uncomfortable. (MORE)
If covered, then yes. If not covered, then no, because dust will go in the food.
If it is a head of raw cabbage, it should be safe to use. If it is cooked cabbage, then it would not be safe to consume.
Not at the port itself, but there are plenty of hotels and motels nearby, some of which offer free shuttle service to and from the port.
No. It tends to grow tentacles and a lust for murder and mayhem after around 4 hours. Dispose of it safely, or you or a nearby correspondant may be injured. Good luck, my friend.
If you are facing extermination, one important thing is to continue sleeping in the bed the infestation was found. This will not only help reduce the chance of spread, it will also help the exterminator to determine if there is still a problem. It is not unsafe to sleep with bed bugs, as they will d…o no more harm than to bite you, but the bites can be a nuisance. (MORE)
It is safe to eat if it is stored in the refrigerator, but probably would not be safe to eat if it was just left out at room temperature, depending on what meats are in the stew.. It is safe to eat it if you re-heat and simmer for several minutes. Do not repeat this a second time though, always put …foods that perish quickly in the fridge overnight. (MORE)
I would not be afraid to eat it. Before refrigerators, people left cooked meat out all the time.
Well, I'm doing it right now which is what led me to this question so I hope it's safe. In Bulgaria, where my husband is from, they make yogurt and consider it absurd to refrigerate it. Based on that, I'm thinking (at least hoping) that it's fine.
There should be no health concerns with regards to mice. Unless there is mouse droppings everywhere. These need to be cleaned up so as not to cause disease.
Probably not - the roast had plenty of time to get warm enough on the surface to allow any bacteria on it to start multiplying.
I would not recommend cooking and consuming fish that have beenleft out overnight. Whether or not it can be cooked safe woulddepend upon variables that could include the type of fish, thepackaging (if any), previous handling, the actual ambienttemperature, the temp/time exposure of the fish itself, …etc. There are certain types of seafood (tuna, mahi mahi, bluefish,sardines, mackerel, amberjack, abalone, etc.) that can formhistamines if left at temperatures over 70 degrees Fahrenheit forlonger than 4 hours. The histamines cannot be cooked out, can causeillness, and cannot be detected without chemical analysis. ===== A Different Opinion If it was not previously refrigerated, probably. Fresh fish should,however, be cooked promptly. (MORE)
No. Any meat that is left out for more than three hours should definitely be thrown away. When the temperature of food stays above 41 degrees, that's when bacteria starts to grow and it spoils. You can get a few hours out of it, but definitely not overnight. Same if it was frozen. Always thaw frozen… foods in the refrigerator or in an ice water bath. (MORE)
Yes, but it should be when it's nearly dead, not when it's full or kind of full.
No, you have to go to a hospital to let him sleep. I am a doctor, trust me.
Like any other food left out overnight that should be refrigerated, boiled potatoes are susceptible to the spread of bacteria, which may cause foodborne illnesses.
kerosene leaking from a container can be smelt all over the roombecause it is a strong gas which can spread all over the room whenleft off at a small quantity.due to its strong effect it can besmelt for some kilometres of distance. answered by N.VISRUTHA.THANK U AND HAVE A NICE DAY.
Yes, that is safe. Your muffin may get stale, but it is not dangerous to eat after being left out overnight.
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