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I made roast chicken last night.  I know beyond a shadow of doubt that I removed the plastic coated pad that comes at the bottom of the chicken before I roasted it.  

 

After roasting and stripping the chicken last night, I threw it in a pot to make stock.  I woke up this morning and that plastic pad that soaks up chicken juices when you buy it was floating on the top of my stock.  The only thing I can think of is that there must have been 2 soak pads and I didn't realize it. 

 

Anyway, would you eat it?  It must have not only roasted with the chicken - and we already ate the meat and the potatoes that were in the bottom of the roasting pan! - but, it also simmered in the broth overnight.  Would you toss it or eat it? 

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tossed it

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You already answered, but I would have tossed it also!
 


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