I know this has been asked but I have not seen an answer yet. I am looking on some documentation on holding hydrated batter at 60 degrees F. or less for more than 12 hours. I was told by an Inspector that the data is out there but he can't give it to me. He said I have to find it on my own. All I can find is the link below. I know that exposure times greater than 12 hours at temperatures between 50 degrees F. and 70 degrees F. could result in toxin formation according to the following link but is there anything that is more specific? If you can hold it at 50 degrees and 70 degrees for 12 hours how long can you hold it at 50 or 60 degrees for longer than 12 hours?
Thank you in advance for any help.