Another 'Would You Eat It' Scenario
You stop at a reputable taco truck on the way home from work and pick up a burrito with hot salsa. Once home, you decide to eat half of it and refrigerate the rest for lunch tomorrow. A few hours later, you have the distinct experience of something very spicy needing to be immediately evacuated from your body. This is uncomfortable. Not sure whether it was the burrito itself or the hot sauce (added separately) that caused the upset do you:
A) eat the rest of the burrito but not the salsa
B) throw it all away, are you kidding me?
C) depends on how delicious the burrito/salsa was
You say "distinct experience of something very spicy needing to be immediately evacuated from your body."
If that burrito was very spicy, I'd totally eat the rest. But if I ate somethng that wasn't spicy, but it made me feel like I needed to evacuate as if I did eat something very spicy, I might not. But then again, doesn't food poisoning usually give you fever and other stuff? (I don't know food poisoning very well as I apparently have an iron stomach.)
i would likely eat it... unless thinking about eating it made me feel uncomfortable or nauseous. and i would also only eat it if i knew that i would be in the comfort of my own home the next day for lunch, just in case.
sometimes, an uncomfortable experience has more to do with the type of ingredients - beans, cheese, etc., rather than it being food-quality related.
C) and if the reply is 'really delicious' I'd just heat the burrito until it is really hot and just eat it and the salsa. As long as your case of the squitters was just transient and you felt fine afterwards and you're an averagely healthy adult, it was probably just a mild dietary upset from the spiciness or some other ingredient. Maybe you even had some gut inflammation from something else you ate earlier and the burrito with hot sauce was just enough to tip your gut over the edge.
However, if you are elderly or a young child/infant (I assume not) or if your immune system is compromised, I'd just biff the lot in the bin.
C, if the "uncomfortable" experience wasn't too awful. And only when I could plan to not be embarrassingly inconvenienced if the situation repeated itself.
That's my answer today, and that's because I haven't had an experience like that in a while. If I had recently, my answer would most likely be B.