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How to deal with leftover food: Tips from the Cleveland Clinic
Dr KK Aggarwal,  27 May 2019
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For cookouts and barbeques, when you’re thinking about your leftover food, anything that’s been sitting out for more than 2 hours, you probably shouldn’t saveAvoid letting foods get into the ‘temperature danger zone’, which ranges from 40-140oF.  When food has been sitting out in that temperature range, it will begin to grow bacteria, and there’s a higher likelihood of getting sick from eating it.There are some food items that are lik
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