== == Potentially hazardous food should not be left at room temperature for more than 2 hours. Less time is better. If you know that the product temperature was in the 140°F to 70°F range for 2 hours or less, then the meat should be OK. If you have no idea how long the food was in that range, then you are putting everyone who eats it at 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 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.
No. It is not safe to eat turkey left out overnight.
its safe if it is already cooked. if it wasnt cooked then it is either overcooked and would taste gross, or undercooked making it unsafe to eat fosho As long as the temperature was about 140°F. Can't guarantee the taste or texture but it would be safe
No. Cooked potatoes left out overnight are not safe to eat.
No, it would not be safe to eat food left out overnight.
No. It is not safe to eat turkey left out overnight in any container.
If you put something in a crock pot the crock pot should be turned on immediately.Nine hours at room temperature will have given bacteria much too long, I would throw out the roast rather than risk food poisoning.
No. Stew left out overnight would not be safe to eat, covered or not - unless where it was left out was as cold as a refrigerator.
No. Seafood should not be eaten if it was left out overnight.
Eating cooked meat that is not refrigerated could cause food poisoning. To be safe, only eat meat that has been cooked thoroughly, refrigerated promptly and reheated back to a safe temperature. Unfortunately, the pork roast could be contaminated and is probably best be thrown away.
No, you should never eat food that's been left out overnight.
No. Food that requires refrigeration should never be considered safe if left unrefrigerated overnight.
No. It is not safe to eat.
No, it may not be safe to eat after being left out overnight.
No, no, no. It wouldn't be safe to eat left out overnight if it was veggie sauce, but with sausage in it - absolutely not. Pitch it. "When in doubt, throw it out".
No, it isn't safe to eat foods left unrefrigerated overnight, including cooked cabbage.
It wouldn't be safe to eat salad that's been left out overnight.
No, it isn't safe to use any meat, including turkey, that has been left out overnight.
No. That would not be safe to eat.