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

By M. C. December 30, 2021

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Just like eggs, raw chicken often contains salmonella, therefore you should avoid them as leftovers. So, time in combination with low temperatures is the perfect recipe for disaster. If you want to avoid it, make sure that the internal temperature of the chicken reaches 165 degrees.

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And remember that microwaves don’t always heat evenly or as well as other ways of cooking. Also, according to the CDC, it’s advisable not to wash raw chicken, because chicken juices can spread in the kitchen and contaminate other foods or countertops. Using a separate cutting board for raw chicken is also highly recommended, as the meat juices can contaminate the side dish you might prepare.


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