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Should you eat raw meat that is cooked after the expiration date?

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2014-07-03 18:44:28
2014-07-03 18:44:28

Meat should not be eaten raw under any circumstances. Food that is frozen before the expiration date can still be thawed and cooked a few weeks later.

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if the meat was frozen before the expiration date then yes it's perfectly fine to cook and eat :)


If its the day of the expiration date yes but not after.


ABSOLUTELY NOT! This is why they have an expiration date, and keep in mind, meat is never good after it's expiration date! :)


Cooked meat should not be stored in such a way that raw meat could contaminate. That means raw meat should not be stored above cooked meat since the juice from the raw meat could drip onto and contaminate the cooked meat.


Imitation crab meat if in a can should last a couple of months at the least. Check the expiration date on the packaging.


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It should be stored in the refrigerator or freezer. If stored in the refrigerator, be sure to use or freeze before the expiration date.


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It's not that cooked meat should go on the top it's that raw meat should go below it to prevent raw juices landing on the cooked meat without you knowing potentialy leading to you getting ill when eating the cooked meat with raw meat juice on.


If the meat is properly cooked, the bad bacteria should be eliminated.


Cooked meat should be stored in clean, sealed containers in the refrigerator or freezer separate from raw meat.


Cooked meat should be stored away from raw meat. If stored in the same fridge, have the cooked meat on a shelf about the raw meat. This is to prevent juices and blood from dripping onto cooked meat should the raw meat be on a higher shelf.


Bacon is raw meat and, if cooked thoroughly, will present no food safety hazard. It might not look too good, but even if green, there will be little risk.You should not do this with cooked bacon, or any other cooked food, since there may be heat resistant spores formed in the cooking process and they can be VERY heat resistant.


Cooked meat should be good for 3 or 4 days if refrigerated.



Pretty much until it goes moldy or tastes gross, I never check the expiration date unless on meat, or milk.


Smell it first and if it smells ok, then its probably fine.


Cooked meat should be stored in the upper part of the fridge where it is colder.


Cooked buffalo meat should be good for 3 to 4 days refrigerated.


If you have handled and stored it properly, it should not be bad. That's a sell-by date, not an expiration. Roasts will keep longer than ground meat. You really should use it as soon as possible, but check for any off odors or sliminess first.


Cooked meat should be good for 3 to 5 days if refrigerated.


With meat kebabs your meat should be fully cooked and no pink or pinkish flesh colour should be present, juices from the meat should be clear and have no traces of blood in. Meat should also be very hot to ensure there is no nasty bacteria present. If you buy a kebab from kebab outlets make sure they go through a two step process of cooking the meat. Meat being cooked on the spit should be finally cooked on a hot plate before being put in your pita bread or wrap. If you go to an establishment that carries this process out your kebab meat should be fully cooked and safe. This will eliminate the problems mentioned earlier with uncooked kebab meat.


Definitely don't store raw meat and cooked meat such that the raw meat can drip onto the cooked.


Yes you can freeze lunch meat as long it is within the expiration date . I would not freeze it for no longer than a couple of weeks



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