Save This USDA Hotline for Thanksgiving Food-Safety Questions

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The United States Department of Agriculture may not be the first place you think of when you’re unsure whether or not it’s okay to stuff a turkey at night, but they have a hotline to answer questions like these. . Add 1-888-MPHotline to your contacts so they can be the hero everyone needs for Thanksgiving prep—and, yes, they’ll be taking the call on the big day.

hotline properly known as Meat and Poultry Hotline, and you can call it year-round for any food-safety questions related to meat, poultry, or eggs. This line is staffed by humans from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET, Monday through Friday. On Thanksgiving Day this year, it remain open 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. ET.

And if you’re phone-phobic, they can even answer you by email. Send your questions to [email protected] You can also use live chat ask the usda,

They’ve also pre-answered many of your common Thanksgiving questions, which you can access after hours at the website above or as automated messages at the hotline. These include:

we do have More of your food safety questions answered here, And while you’re at it, you might read why That popper-upper timer in your turkey is garbage And you should throw it away. (your turkey will not vulnerable, just overripe.) Do you feel ready now? Go ahead and roast.

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