With millions of people having lost power due to Hurricane Irma, there is bound to be thousands of pounds of spoiled food waiting at the end of this catastrophic storm.
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Even if you followed the golden rules of keeping your food safe, like keeping your refrigerator door closed and placing your perishable items in the freezer, there still could be some foods not worth saving if your power was (or still is) out for 24 hours or more.
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If you’re going through your fridge over the next few days, we’ve got you covered.
Here’s a list of what food you can keep and what should be thrown out after a power outage:
Tip: Discard any perishable food, including meat, poultry and seafood, that has been above 40 degrees F for more than 2 hours.
What throw out:
What to keep:
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