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    IMO it should be fine if refrigerated well. Kind of on the dividing line, sniff, look and taste.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aussiemyf7 View Post
    Is 3 day old potato salad safe to eat?
    sure...if you take out the green and furry bits...

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    It was in an old chinese food container and in the fridge.
    I think cause my mind is telling me 'its gonna be off, its gonna be off, its gonne be off', my taste buds are saying 'ahhhh its off, its off, its off, its off!'
    Same with milk. If its on its use-by date, I cant drink it cause my heads telling me its yuck.

    I've already called the ambulance so I should be fine
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    Oh Myf, you sound like my son. He would eat something 5mts before the midnight use by date but not after. I kind of stuffed him when I asked....what if the use by date meant lunch time??????? lol

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    Hahaha.
    Is this the same son that sent the wrong text message? If so, he sounds like a hilarious kind of person!
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    Quote Originally Posted by aussiemyf7 View Post
    Hahaha.
    Is this the same son that sent the wrong text message? If so, he sounds like a hilarious kind of person!
    The text son is 25, this is my older army son who is now 29. Has a wife and 3 kids and is STILL fanatic with use by dates. (I think he was about 18 when I found him eating yoghurt just before midnight as he couldn't afterwards.)

    He just can not conceive that we ate food, used our own judgment before these came in. The only food poisoning I remember ever having was in the 70's...a bad oyster.

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    Education not Legislation

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    oysters remind me of noses ( I think thats enough detail )
    http://www.dogforum.com.au/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=577&dateline=12727082  14

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    Another question:

    When someone says 'saucer of milk'(or something along those lines), what does it mean? I don't get it
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    Quote Originally Posted by aussiemyf7 View Post
    Another question:

    When someone says 'saucer of milk'(or something along those lines), what does it mean? I don't get it

    it means you are being catty, bitchy, claws are showing so they offer a saucer of milk, lol.

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