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How to Save Food Leftovers Safely After Thanksgiving: Xnumx Secrets

Did you eat everything you could eat on Thanksgiving and still have food left over? It's a common problem, and experts have linked the holidays to rising food poisoning cases. USA Today.

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention сообщаютthat outbreaks of diseases due to bacteria causing food poisoning occur most often in November and December. Many of these are associated with regular holiday foods such as turkey and roast beef.

Although for many people food poisoning does not last long and does not cause much discomfort, older people and small children are at risk.

"Foodborne Diseases no joke, ”says Lisa Yakas, senior project manager at NSF International. The organization develops medical standards and certifications for food, water and consumer products.

Here's how to protect yourself and your family:

1. Store leftover Thanksgiving food in the fridge as soon as possible.

Bacterial growth in cooked foods increases at room temperature. Food should not be left outside the refrigerator for more than two hours.

2. Separate leftovers

When you remove the leftovers, take the time to separate them and pack them in small containers, preferably airtight.

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Yakas argues that putting large amounts of food in a refrigerator or freezer is inefficient because it takes a long time to cool them.

3. Food in the fridge spoils too

After the food is in the refrigerator, you only have a few days to eat it. If leftovers lie longer, they will become a health hazard.

Food in the fridge won't go bad during 3-4 days, and in the freezer - 3-4 months.

It is worth noting that homemade cranberry sauce is stored in the refrigerator for 7-10 days. Canned Sauce - 10-14 Days. It is not recommended to freeze it.

Potatoes can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 4 days, and in the freezer for 2-3 months.

Fruit pies can be stored at room temperature for 2 days, reports Bettycrocker.com . Then they can be stored in the refrigerator for another 2 day.

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4. Mark the expiration date

Remember to label food when you put it in the refrigerator or freezer. Labels will help you keep track of its expiration date, as it’s hard to remember how long products are stored.

5. Warm up the rest correctly

Proper storage of food debris will not help you maintain health if you do not warm them properly.

Whether you are cooking for the first time or warming it up, keep the temperature mark at least 165ºF (74 ºС).

CDC recommends heating all residues to at least 165ºF before use.

For example, gravy must be brought to a boil both during cooking and during heating.

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