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Jan. 24th, 2011 @ 11:51 am Do microwaves kill penicillin?
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As I was taking my lunch out of the fridge for reheating (yes I'm 15 minutes early, so what?) I came to the realization that I had no idea when I'd prepared the meal that these leftovers were from. Usually this isn't a problem because my leftovers generally go directly to freezer then I just treat them like a LeanCuisine. This one however came directly from the fridge and while I remember preparing it, I DON'T KNOW WHEN IT WAS.

I've quickly assessed all outcomes:

1 - I made it yesterday and it's fine: I survive eating it, but should get the ole memory checked out sooner rather than - what was I saying?

2 - There was no telltale surface mold but something icky lurked beneath: Forecasting a great weigh-in. Yay Biggest Loser Work Edition

3 - It was full of penicillin: Great! I have a sinus infection and was not looking forward to waiting at the doctor's office.

4 - Microwaving penicillin in the Tupperware Rock'n'Serve did bad things: Woohoo superpowers! Big question now is do I use them for good or evil?

I'll let you know how it turns out.
Who does she think she is?
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