I made hambone soup on Newyears eve and rebioled it on the first before putting it in the fridge?
is it safe to eat? smells fine but servsafe says 3-4 days for refridgerated soup.
tl:dr 9 day old soup: eat or toss
>pic not related, biscuits I made a while back
Not just Asia. Classic French stocks, soups, and glazes are all made from bones. The very first section in Escoffier is devoted to making stock from bones--as he calls it "fond"--literally the *foundation* of the kitchen. It's a fundamental part of all sorts of cooking. If you go to culinary school making stock and glaze is one of the first things you learn. It's fucking fundamental.
It's completely fine. It'll last a week or more. Servsafe is more about keeping liabilities down for restaurants. It's designed to be so far on the safe side that it's impossible to poison anyone if you follow its guidelines.
Alright guise, I just added some potatoes and let it simmer until they were done and had a bowl.
pretty damn good, no bad smell or taste at all.
I'm going to eat the rest, just added some plain red bean refritos as well so it's kinda stew and not soup at this point.
>added leftover red sauce and hot sausages to aforementioned hambone soup
>carrots, onions,green beans, sweet peas, corn, diced tomato, cubed ham
>simmered for a while
Holy shit this is soooo fucking good my stomach hurts but I want to keep eating u guise
If I get sick I'm calling it now: Worth It
Getting sick from most foods is next to impossible without a compromised immune system. Sniff it. If it smells rancid, don't eat it. If it smells fine, give it a taste. If it tastes bad, don't eat it. Over thousands of years we have evolved the ability to discern, to some extent what harmful things taste like.
Short of raw chicken or pork left at room temperature for 8 hours or more, most foods will be fine left out over night.