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My brother in law is an expert at putting his coffee down and forgetting it. It'll get reheated multiple times before it's finally drunk and he's not even a little bit dead. I just don't understand this aversion to reheating. It's encouraging food waste. people moan about how it'll give you food poisoning and kill you to death on many an occasion, but I've never had food poisoning from reheated anything. You just reheat it properly and fully and then tuck in. How much food gets wasted because of a combination of ignorance and paranoia? Daft.

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Would you reheat a pot noodle? Personally I wouldn't heat one up in the first place let alone reheat one.

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17 minutes ago, fatchap said:

Would you reheat a pot noodle? Personally I wouldn't heat one up in the first place let alone reheat one.

Well, now your talking sense. I was talking about proper food.    Just been reminded of that lovely brown jelly at the bottom of the basin that my grandfather used to smear on a bit of bread for me.  Awesome.  A slab of bread spread with beef drippin' was lunch back in the early 50's.  It was normally the crusty bit off the top of a cottage loaf.

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22 minutes ago, fatchap said:

Would you reheat a pot noodle? Personally I wouldn't heat one up in the first place let alone reheat one.

I did exactly that last week

Naked Noodle Singapore curry....filled to the 'thick' line and I'm still,here. Made it, ended up on a very long phone call so,zapped,it afterwards 

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