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Pork butt dated may 17

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My dad would say if it smells OK it's probably fine, but personally I don't mess around with expired meat. If she didn't know it was expired, and still has the receipt, you should be able to take it back.

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Toss it. Not worth it. (been there, done that)  Follow USDA guidelines. 

Refrigerator Home Storage (at 40 °F [4.4 ºC] or below) of Fresh or Uncooked Products

  • If product has a "use-by" date, follow that date.
  • If product has a "sell-by" date or no date, cook or freeze the product by the times on the following chart.
Refrigerator Storage of Fresh or Uncooked Products
Product Storage Times After Purchase
Poultry 1 or 2 days
Beef, Veal, Pork and Lamb 3 to 5 days
Ground Meat and Ground Poultry 1 or 2 days
Fresh Variety Meats (Liver, Tongue, Brain, Kidneys, Heart, Chitterlings) 1 or 2 days
Cured Ham, Cook-Before-Eating 5 to 7 days
Sausage from Pork, Beef or Turkey, Uncooked 1 or 2 days
Eggs 3 to 5 weeks

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She bought it 3 weeks ago and its been in the fridge since then?  

I'd also toss it.  Its not worth the risk and its also not worth wasting the time and effort involved in smoking it if it ends up being bad.

 

 

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If not wasting the money spent on it is important to you then unwrap it.  let it come towards room temp.   Get down next to it and sniff.   Smell like not much?     So far so good. 

Look it over.  See anything a funny color or growing?   No?  So far so good.  

Rinse it off real well. 

Slice off a small piece.  Fry it done.  Taste it.  Taste like pork?  No funky flavors?    I think you are good to go.  

After all they wet or dry age beef for a long time.   Scandanavians eat fermented shark.  British used to hang pheasants by the neck until they fell off the hanger before eating them.  

Probably ought to think about how sensitive you and the family are, digestive system wise as well. 

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as a retired food inspector, I'd toss it and learn from the lesson.  just my 2 cents worth

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35 minutes ago, delcecchi said:

 

After all they wet or dry age beef for a long time.   Scandanavians eat fermented shark.  British used to hang pheasants by the neck until they fell off the hanger before eating them.  

 

And just how many of those people are still around today, hmmmm?? Besides, those limeys and scandahoovians eat some pretty weird junk anyway. :sick:   :P

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