Spoiled food

By manapua72 Latest Reply 2013-02-27 05:19:25 -0600
Started 2013-01-02 20:17:57 -0600

This doesn't really have to do with diabetes … Yet so many of you on DC r so full of knowledge I thought I'd ask … I hope this isn't a stupid question … Anyways I was making a salami ( yes full of fat & salt ) sandwich … The salami did smell right . After putting it on the bread I noticed it had turned greenish blue in spots so I took it off the bread and through it out … The bread I didn't want to waste since it was still good … Opened up new package of salami made sandwiches and ate … What would u have done ??? Thrown out the bread or since the spoiled meat was on bread but seconds still used the bread ??? How bad do u think the cross contamination might have been ??? I don't feel do good now blood sugar is ok … Doesn't feel like good poisoning … I've had that before …

7 replies

Lizardfan 2013-01-03 12:19:47 -0600 Report

Out with it all would have been my choice. I wouldn't take a chance with my health. Diabetes and Salmonella is not a combo I would like to chance!

Just Joyce
Just Joyce 2013-01-03 09:40:29 -0600 Report

The bacteria from the spoiled meat wasn't on the bread long enough to create a problem for you. The best thing to do with lunch meat is to wrap it and freeze it in plastic baggies in portion sizes. If you take it for lunch it is thawed by the time you are ready to eat lunch.

jimLE 2013-01-03 09:02:06 -0600 Report

i would of thrown it out.on acount id rather not take the chance..as the saying goes..better safe then sorry..