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Sooo, I may have made a mistake in not checking this out myself but listening to my wife’s comments. I actually went and took it out last night and there was a smell but it was like rotten more earthy, no mold, and the bag is still attached on the meat side very well, but is starting to loosen on the fat side. Thinking of riding it out a bit longer to see how it progresses. I wanted to go 45 days. Any other advice on how to know if I should stay the course.