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I would think that the milk you used on the chicken is fine to use--you are cooking the milk, then frying the chicken, so any bad bacteria should be killed in the process.That's just me speculating--there are some here professionally trained in food safety, so you might wait for a second opinion.
Thanks, I will wait.
By the way I meant to say use the same milk.
I don't see a safety problem as long as it all remains under refrigeration and you're careful transferring the contaminated milk into the cooking vessel.
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Use it for what? I wouldn't reuse it for anything except maybe a gravy for the chicken. I wouldn't make ice cream with it...
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