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post #16 of 19
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Originally Posted by kelleym

We look to the final product, not each ingredient contained therein. It is the pH and aW of the final product which determines whether or not it is potentially hazardous.

But if you have been taught otherwise, then you should certainly continue to do things in that manner. Since you are not a Texas resident, our laws are probably irrelevant to how you operate.



You might be interested to know that my local pizza joint wouldn't let me buy a cool slice to reheat at home. They insisted that they had to reheat it onsite before they could sell it. They are a chain and I have to say that their food handling impressed me the first time I walked into one of their shops.
post #17 of 19
Wow! Great topic and sooo informative. I've always refrigerated after putting together only because I also glop the frosting all over the sides and refrigeration helps to hold it on. I think my cake is much more frosting than cake..lol. I don't normally refrig. after cutting, but will do so in the future. Thanks all for the info.
post #18 of 19
I make my son a B-bay cake a few years back with the cooked coconut filling. They were to put in the refrigerator after they cut it. NOT they left it out for a couple of days. It grew hair-and it molded.He was just a little up set to say.
post #19 of 19
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Originally Posted by ccc407

Wow! Great topic and sooo informative. I've always refrigerated after putting together only because I also glop the frosting all over the sides and refrigeration helps to hold it on. I think my cake is much more frosting than cake..lol. I don't normally refrig. after cutting, but will do so in the future. Thanks all for the info.





I also frost the entire cake with it. To me it is not a german chocolate cake with just a coconut pecan filling icon_smile.gif.
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