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Would you eat left out food in this scenario?

user26 | Feb 18, 202010:07 AM     13

Hey all, I've got a question I've been wondering about, I think I have a pretty good idea of the answer but just want clarification.

At my current job site we dont have a fridge, however I typically have leftover food to bring to work. I'm wondering if you guys would eat the food in this scenario;

Food was made the night before, refrigerated, put in a container, brought into work the next morning and left in the room from 7-12. Food is still slightly cold by the time I get to it at lunch. Heat it up completely and thoroughly and then (eat it?)

Let's use Lasagne and Sheppards pie as the food for the question since I'm eyeing my sheppards pie rn that's been left out in this scenario.

Thanks all, have a good day.

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