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Old 12-13-2011, 01:01 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by Love2cook11 View Post
Sorry to bump an old thread but thought it better than starting a new one.

I meant to make cuban pork chops last night but did not so they have been marinating in orange juice, lime juice and vinegar for nearly 24 hours. Do you all think it is safe to cook? I don't mind if the texture is different, just whether it is healthy.
If it's been refrigerated there's no reason it wouldn't be safe to cook and eat.
I marinate pork in Goya's Mojo Criollo for that length of time often.
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