Here's one more Kitchen Cure download for you as you restock your fridge and think about cooking for the coming week. We swiped some basic, very conservative food safety guidelines off the FDA's website and put them together in one tidy reference sheet for you.
These guidelines are second nature and habit to some of us; you may have a little alarm bell in your head that goes off once your raw chicken has been in the fridge for two days! But if you're just learning how long things stay good, or if you eat a lot of deli meat, these may be helpful.
How do you remember and plan around food safety guidelines?
These guidelines come directly from the FDA/CFSAN's Refrigerator & Freezer Storage Chart.
• Click on the image below. It will open up in a new window. Hit print.
• You can also right-click on the image and select "Download Linked File." Save the PDF to your computer and print later.