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Summer days just seem to cry out, “time for a picnic.” This is ideal weather to cook and eat outside, but it is also the ideal temperature for bacteria to multiply and cause a foodborne illness.
Of course, we all know food needs to be kept cold. The general rule-of-thumb is food should not be left at room temperature for more than two hours, and this goes down to one hour when it’s one of those really hot over-90-degrees summer days.
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