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Kebab gone cold can I safely re-heat and eat?

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InfernoGroup4y, 3m agoPosted 4 years, 3 months ago
I bought a kebab but it's gone cold. Will it be safe to eat if I put it in the microwave and reheat?
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InfernoGroup4y, 3m agoPosted 4 years, 3 months ago
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MarzBarz#1
What do you define a kebab? a sheesh kebab? or a lamb doner?
mus_ne#2
meh. I always do it
InfernoGroup#3
Donner kebab with salad, garlic and chili.
vraptorchick#4
Yep its no prob - often used to put mine in the fridge and reheat next day :D (just remember not to reheat the salad lol or it'll be rank !!
dataload#5
ask her not us, it's her body
thegroutch 1 Like #6
the fact you're eating kebabs is more of a health risk than not reheating it right
InfernoGroup#7
Cool, what do you lot do about the fluffy bits off stuff growing on it. Do you scrape that off before or after you heat it?
MarzBarz#8
thegroutch
the fact you're eating kebabs is more of a health risk than not reheating it right


and so is drinking alcohol, eating sweets,chocolates...? whats your point?
dataload#9
InfernoGroup
Cool, what do you lot do about the fluffy bits off stuff growing on it. Do you scrape that off before or after you heat it?

ask her to shave
InfernoGroup#10
So did you scrape it off first?
ryouga#11
Back when I used to eat them I found recooking them in their own fat in a pan they came out far nicer than the microwave which dries them out too fast.
InfernoGroup#12
Ok cool, I have still got it here, what did you do about all the fluffy bits that is growing on it? Did you scrape that off before or after heating?
dataload#13
InfernoGroup
Ok cool, I have still got it here, what did you do about all the fluffy bits that is growing on it? Did you scrape that off before or after heating?

what fluffy bits? have i missed a really funny joke here or something

how old is this kebab dude?
InfernoGroup#14
I bought it last Sunday night but when I got home I was not hungry so put it on the bread bin for later. Just fancy a kebab tonight and thought I may as well have it now, save me wasting money on another one.
dataload#15
personally i wouldn't warm up a kebab from a week ago, especially one that's been left in a bread bin
InfernoGroup#16
Cold it is then. Cheers mate, thought it might be dodgy heating it up, heard funny things about reheating food.
r4ge 1 Like #17
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lumorukbanned 1 Like #18
multi alert, the troll is strong in this one :)
r4ge#19
the thread started of quite normal, then just went crazy

here:-

InfernoGroup
Ok cool, I have still got it here, what did you do about all the fluffy bits that is growing on it? Did you scrape that off before or after heating?


and super crazy here:-

InfernoGroup
I bought it last Sunday night but when I got home I was not hungry so put it on the bread bin for later. Just fancy a kebab tonight and thought I may as well have it now, save me wasting money on another one.


i think the guys eaten too many mushrooms..... the magic kind

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InfernoGroup#20
Dude I don't feel well.

Think I been sold a dodgy kebab.

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