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Throw out the Thanksgiving leftovers in your fridge

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WSIL -- If there are Thanksgiving leftovers in the refrigerator, it is time for them to go, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The CDC says Monday was the last day to safely eat Thanksgiving leftovers, or put them in the freezer, where some of them can be stored for up to a year. 

Leftovers can be stored in the fridge for three or four days, but after that they are no longer safe to eat, according to this chart provided by the CDC.
 

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