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This is interesting. I have read a lot of other responses about mold and bags not being attached and most of the answers has always been that if it will past the sniff test, it should be ok. When I state temperature issues. I found that my fridge has a 6 degree temperature differential (if that is what it is called). It was set at 36 and sometimes it would get to 42 before it would kick back back on. Most of the time it was well in the 36 range but might have floated to 42 for short periods of time. With this information and the fact that it doesn’t smell bad, you would still basically recommend to toss it?