10 “Delicious” Leftovers You Shouldn’t Eat Even If They Are Amazing

By M. C. December 30, 2021

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10 Leftovers That Aren’t Good for You:


According to Kantha Shelke, Ph.D., and a food scientist and principal of Corvus Blue LLC, eggs most of the time contain salmonella. Plus, some methods to cook eggs require gentle heating for a SHORT duration of time (especially those recipes that require a runny yolk), so it’s possible that the bacteria aren’t even killed after cooking.

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If you leave them at room temperature, that bacteria might multiply to harmful levels. Even more, eggs are always better tasting when they are fresh, and they don’t require such a long amount of time to be scrambled, so they’re not the kind of food that you should be keeping as leftovers.


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