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I know the answer, BUT......I still need to throw

Midnight SmokerMidnight Smoker Posts: 273
edited 4:19AM in EggHead Forum
I made 15 pound of pickled shrimp from local South Carolina shrimp the other day.

After peeling the shrimp ( I DID say 15lbs), poaching them in my special poaching liquid, slicing up the onions and ginger....layering onions and shrimp in a gallon glass jar.....THEN adding the vineger to cover everthing.........I FORGOT TO PUT IN FRIDGE.....for more than t24 nours in 90 dgr heat!

Not worried about the cost of shrimp, but the labor that went into it. Seeing that the shrimp was cooked and then immediatly covered in an acid (vinager).....IS IT SAFE TO EAT????? I know it's a long shot, BUT maybe, just maybe.....it is fine because of the vinegar pickling it.

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  • civil eggineercivil eggineer Posts: 1,547
    I am going waaaaay out on a limb here but most things pickled, do not require refridgeration until after the jar is opened and sometimes not even then (turkey gizzards). I would do a little google searching before dumping the jar. I would personally eat them except am allergic to shell fish. :sick:
  • Capt FrankCapt Frank Posts: 2,578
    Feed a couple to your cat, or maybe your neighbor's cat, if it survives you should be good to go. :evil:

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  • Little ChefLittle Chef Posts: 4,725
    Midnight Smoker: I know this is a long shot, but by ANY chance do you have a pH meter?? If by some miracle, test the pH of the liquid. Is there any additional acid in your 'special poaching liquid'? How much vinegar was added to how much liquid? Let me know, I'll watch for your post.
  • kmelleckerkmellecker Posts: 331
    Thomas Jefferson
  • civil eggineercivil eggineer Posts: 1,547
    I did some internet surfing and every recipe says to refridgerate. It also appears the shrimp will get mushy if left in the brine for very long.

    Side note: I have had food poisoning twice in my life and both times thought I was going to die...really. Weird thing is other people around eating same food without anyone else getting ill. I have seen the survivor man eat an old fish carcass he found on the beach. :S
  • thebtlsthebtls Posts: 2,300
    Pig Feed...labor lost. Not worth the risk, my two cents, especially with any form of seafood.
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  • walruseggerwalrusegger Posts: 314
    Silver lining, you have 15lb of delicious bait!
  • BENTEBENTE Posts: 8,337
    i dont know paul but you need to come around more often ;)

    happy eggin

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  • mollysharkmollyshark Posts: 1,519
    Shoot..shrimp aren't subtle. If they are bad, you'll know LONG before getting them in your mouth!
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