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#1 of 11 Old 02-04-2007, 03:38 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I've looked at some food safety sites but they do not talk about this situation, thanks!

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I think it would be fine. Maybe just soak it in some cold water if it has wilted a bit.
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it should be fine
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It's fine.
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Totally fine.
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I agree with the above posters
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eat it.
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eat it.
with some cottage cheese mmmm

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I'd eat it.
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oh no, it's totally ruined, poisonous even, seriously, all you folks who would eat it are putting yourself in such danger, why would you do that?















Just kidding of course :

thankfully, vegetables and fruits are used to being left at room temperature for some time. OP, you are very cute. I asked some question like that once, and learned the truth from some nice folks who didn't laugh at me. And look at me, making fun of the whole situation. How awful am I?
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OP, you are very cute.
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Thanks everyone. I see a stir fry in my future!

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