Many households consider chicken to be a common food.However, this wonderful source of protein is at high risk of becoming contaminated. Therefore, it is essential to prepare it properly, store it, and cook it. If not, it may cause foodborne disease.Although it's convenient to keep chicken in your fridge Some people are curious about how long they could safely store chicken.This article can help you comprehend just how long chicken lasts in your refrigerator.How long can chicken keep at room temperature?According to the United States Department of Agriculture ("USDA") Raw chickens can remain in the fridge for approximately 1 to 2 days. Similar rules apply to raw turkey as well as other birds.It is possible to store the prepared chikem in the fridge for around 3-4 days.The fridge may slow down bacterial growth because bacteria grow slower at temperatures below 40 degrees Fahrenheit (4 degrees Celsius).To avoid raw chicken spilling out or contaminating other food items, it is best to store the food in a leak-proof container. Cool cooked chicken in an airtight box.It is possible to store chicken in the freezer if it is needed for longer than a couple of weeks.A whole chicken or even pieces of raw chicken can be stored in the freezer up to nine months. The freezer can keep chicken that has been cooked for up to six months.SUMMARYRaw chicken can be kept in the fridge for about 1 or 2 days. The chicken that is cooked can last for around 3-4 days.How to determine if your chicken has gone badYou can risk chicken going bad if you keep it in the refrigerator for more than two weeks.Below are a few ways to tell if the bird in your refrigerator has gone bad:It's past the "best by" date. Chicken -- cooked and raw that has passed its "best when used before/before" date is more likely go bad.Colors shift. Raw or cooked chicken is turning a gray-green shade. Spots that appear gray-green due to mold might be a sign of the growth of bacterial.Smell. Both chicken cooked and raw release an acidic smell that resembles ammonia. The smell is difficult to discern if the chicken is marinated in sauces, herbs or spices.Texture. The chicken that has a slimy appearance, has gone bad. It is possible to rinse the chicken to kill the bacteria. In , it could transmit the bacteria that is present in poultry to other food items as well as utensils and surfaces, causing cross-contamination.If you think that the chicken is bad in your fridge, toss it out.SummaryIt? is easy to tell whether your chicken is going bad by its color, sour or acidic taste or the appearance of slimy.The dangers of eating spoiled chickenConsuming spoiled chicken can lead to food poisoning or foodborne illness.The chance of food poisoning in chicken is due the possibility that it has been infected with bacteria such as Campylobacter, Salmonella, and many others.They usually go away when you cook fresh, uncooked poultry thoroughly.However, it's important to avoid eating or cooking spoiled chicken. Re-heating and baking can kill the bacteria on the surface, but it won't remove some of their toxins that can cause food poisoning.Food poisoning may cause unpleasant and potentially dangerous symptoms such as a high fever (above 101.5" or 38.6degC), nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, bloody stool, and dehydration.Sometimes, food poisoning severe enough can cause hospitalization or death.If you suspect that your chicken is spoiled then don't take it home. It's best to throw away any chicken that you think has gone bad.SummaryThe? consumption of spoiled meat can lead to food poisoning, even if it's cooked well.The bottom lineThe raw chicken can be kept in the fridge for approximately two days. Cooked chicken will last around 3-4 days.To determine if the chicken is rotten To determine if the chicken is rotten, look up the "best for use by" date, and then look for signs of spoilage such as changes in the texture, smell, and color.You should avoid eating spoiled chicken.<img width="317" src="">

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