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    Left cooked spinach out- ate a spoonful?

    I cooked spinach yesterday, put it in the fridge, took it out earlier and left it in the counter for like 6-7 hours. I ate like a spoonful before deciding it wasn't worth it. Do you think one spoonful is enough to possibly get a stomach bug?

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    No. You'll be fine.

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    No way, it's just a vegetable. It's not like it was creamed spinach or anything. Room temp food can be left out for 4 hours before bacteria develops, so if you had it in the fridge already, it will warm up at a slower rate. You'll be fine.

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    Should be fine. Unless it had other ingredients in it.


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