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Chinese food leftovers are safe when stored in the refrigerator for up to four days. After four days, throw the leftovers out to prevent the risk of foodborne illness. Additionally, it is important to refrigerate leftove... More »

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Perishable foods can be stored safely in the refrigerator for different lengths of time depending on the food, and that can be anywhere from one day to two weeks, according to the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service.... More »

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Contrary to popular belief, leftover food should be reheated only once. Reheating food more than once increases the risk of bacteria multiplying on the food, which leads to a greater potential for food poisoning. More »

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Some tips for proper food safety include always washing your hands before and after handling food, especially raw meats, refrigerating or freezing leftovers within 2 hours after cooking, and thawing food in the refrigera... More »

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The FDA's food handling guidelines state that cooked chicken or poultry leftovers, if refrigerated promptly, can keep for three to four days safely in the refrigerator. Processed chicken like nuggets or chicken dishes in... More »

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Once a ham is cooked, the leftovers can be stored in the refrigerator for up to four days before they start to go bad. Baked ham can be stored in the freezer for up to six months. More »

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For safe food handling, keep fresh meat, fish and poultry in its store wrapping; leave dairy products in containers they came in; store vegetables and fruits separately; and keep leftovers in airtight containers. Always ... More »

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