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Old 02-13-2017, 03:40 AM   #21
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Less food=room for more beer.
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Old 02-13-2017, 05:57 AM   #22
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My beer has it's own fridge...
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Old 02-13-2017, 06:36 AM   #23
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I'll add to the "eat it" chorus. Cheese left out at room temp should be fine. Left in your car for 15 hours in the sun... I'd ditch that.

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Aww come on CD, just bring out the crusty bread and have a fondue!
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Old 02-13-2017, 08:38 AM   #24
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I bought sliced cheese (Havarti semisoft, in case that helps) last night and completely forgot about it until just now (about 15 hours later). It looks OK but I don't know if it's safe to eat??
Of course it is. It's cheese - a way of preserving milk.
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When I was a dumb kid, I had a job at the golf course working on the landscape crew during the summers. One day I brought crackers and a block of smoked gouda for lunch. I finished most of it, but then I guess the rest fell under the seat ( wrapped up in a ziplock), but forgotten about it.
Fast forward a few weeks later, I forgot my lunch so I was rummaging through the car to see what I had available, and sure enough, there was the smoked gouda ( having spent weeks in a car that sat out in the summer sun day after day). Being hungry ( and a dumb kid) I unwrapped it, smelled it , seemed ok, so, thats what I had for lunch that day.
30 years later, Im still alive to talk about it.

There's a moral in that story somewhere, just not sure what it is
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Old 02-13-2017, 03:25 PM   #26
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LOL Larry - we all have stories like that!

I am lucky mine wasn't too bad...
When I was first living on my own back in the 60's, came home very late from work, nothing to really make a meal with, found some dry salami that looked a little green.

I had heard that you could just cut off a big chunk of it and it would be fine. So I did, it tasted good, went with a morsel of crusty bread, went to bed.

A while later from a sound sleep, I sat straight up in bed, projectiled stomach contents all over the bedspread.

Wont' do that again!
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Old 02-13-2017, 07:08 PM   #27
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We were directed by corporate to build a wine display with a specific cheese that was to be displayed during the day without refrigeration, it was vacuum sealed in the factory. Our state health inspector showed up and we lost two points because of that cheese. We showed her the direction from corporate and she wanted nothing to do with it, she wanted confirmation from the manufacturer. It was freaking hard, aged, vacuum sealed cheese!
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Old 02-13-2017, 10:29 PM   #28
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Certain products never see refrigeration until they hit the groshree store. Among these items are butter, eggs, and cheese.


I love Borat -- where he goes around acting like a bumpkin from Kazakhstan in America to film a documentary about American life.

This cheese bit always leaves me in stitches.
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Old 02-13-2017, 10:36 PM   #29
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Lol, jd. love that bit. The poor store guy is a saint!
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I did some shopping on a Thursday and when I took the bags out of my car, I guess the ham had fallen out. I didn't miss it until Monday. I debated with myself, but I figured those were the nights when the temps were practically at freezing and the days weren't much warmer. Besides, the car is in a garage where it's always cold anyway.

So I ate part of the ham and I have the rest in the freezer right now. I guess I'll use the rest, too.
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