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From: Jo Stepaniak (
Subject: Re: Weird, I had the same question
Date: July 10, 2009 at 5:57 pm PST

In Reply to: Weird, I had the same question posted by lilmissdisney on July 10, 2009 at 5:50 pm:

That really IS ironic! Foodborne bacteria isn't killed by freezing -- the cold only slows its growth. If food is not kept at the proper temperature (fresh or frozen), harmful bacteria can multiply in a very short time. If frozen food has thawed and is still very cold, you could eat it right away. Otherwise, if it is not ice cold, you should dispose of it.

I would think o.j. concentrate might be okay because of the acidity. But with any food that has been stored improperly, the slogan is: When in doubt, throw it out.


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