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Hi Ladies and Gents.

I am making homemade chicken soup . I have cooked the chicken when I noticed in my lovely broth that the pad that soaks up the blood had been in the pot cooking with the chicken! :(

Do you think that there is any harm in eating the soup?

TIA~


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Hi Ladies and Gents.

I am making homemade chicken soup . I have cooked the chicken when I noticed in my lovely broth that the pad that soaks up the blood had been in the pot cooking with the chicken! :(

Do you think that there is any harm in eating the soup?

TIA~

Ok here is some info from a USDA site. I hope it helps:

What to do About Packaging Accidentally Cooked in a Conventional Oven?

Plastic packaging materials should not be used at all in conventional ovens. They may catch on fire or melt, causing chemical migration into foods. Sometimes these materials are inadvertently cooked with a product. For example, giblets may be accidentally cooked inside the turkey in their packaging or a beef roast may be cooked with the absorbent pad from the fresh meat packaging underneath.

The giblet bag and the absorbent pad are clearly not intended to be cooked, however if this happens and the packaging materials remain unaltered (that is, do not melt or come apart) the cooked meat will not pose an imminent health hazard. If the packaging materials have melted or changed shape in some other way do not use the product.

http://www.fsis.usda.gov/Fact_Sheets/meat_...rials/index.asp

Jessica

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I don't have an answer for you other than the fact that whenever I have any misgivings about food and the safety of eating it, I always err on the side of caution and don't consume it. My philosophy is that it is better to be safe than sorry..... (I just always envision two adults and four children getting food poisoning all at once and what hell that would be)....... :unsure:

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