Hi eaters, I realized that earlier today (about 3 hours ago) after cooking lunch, I accidentally left the gas on in my apartment. The flame went out, but I didn't turn the knob down enough to stop the gas escaping slightly. The smell of it was very faint, there's no leak, and I immediately turned the knob all the way off, opened all the windows and turned on the vent fan, which has been going a little over 10 minutes now. Now I can't smell it at all and my apartment is full of a lot of nice cool breezes, but I obviously have no interest in getting blown up. When do you think it would be safe to turn a flame back on?
Hi all! I bought a whole 6-lb frozen chicken at the farmer's market on Saturday. It takes a long time to thaw, so I was thinking of parking it in the fridge and roasting it for a dinner party on the following Saturday evening, a full 7 days later. It now appears to be fully thawed (Tuesday morning), and all the internet searches I can find tell me that it's only safe to leave thawed raw chicken in the fridge for 2 days before it has to be cooked. I am sort of hoping that that's way too cautious, but I also do not want to make my guests sick. Help!
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