11 Items in Your Refrigerator You Better Throw Away Right Now

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Do not keep cooked beef or chicken for more than three days in the refrigerator

As Yavelak has explained, even though bacteria are unlikely to grow considering the low temperatures inside refrigerators, spoilage organisms can. Therefore, she always encourages consumers to follow their instinct when it comes to food. If they feel like something has gone bad, it would be better to not eat it, even if it doesn’t smell.

She said that she always starts looking at her food before eating it, then she smells it, and if nothing seems wrong with it, she tastes it. If you follow these three steps, you’ll avoid tasting something that has gone bad and could make you sick to your stomach.

Make sure to also check: Dr. Oz Shares 5 Foods To Eat For A Longer Life.

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