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How long does fresh pumpkin stay fresh in the refrigerator?

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As long as it's not opened, in the can, it will stay fresh, a very long time. If opened in the can, please dispose of it, you can get poisoned.

Zucchini should stay reasonably fresh for about one week in the refrigerator.

unwashed blueberries will stay fresh for about 2 weeks if kept dry in the refrigerator

It will stay fresh about a week, (assuming it was put in there fresh).

for one its flour, and it will stay fresh for ever

A cooked Tilapia will stay in the refrigerator for as long as you wish.

Sweetcorn will stay fresh in the refrigerator for up to 3 weeks. The corn will stay fresh longer in an airtight container.

If stored covered it will stay fresh about 5 days.

You should cook pumpkin before freezing.

3 days in the refrigerator. 4 hours out of the refrigerator.

it will stay good for about three days

It will stay good for about a week or so.

If stored properly in a cool, dry section of your refrigerator, An Apple can stay fresh for close to 4 months.

The USDA says to throw it out after 2 months in the refrigerator

Royal pudding pies should stay fresh 3 - 4 days in the refrigerator if covered properly.

You can keep a pumpkin pie about a week in the fridge. They are best fresh, however. Pumpkin pies freeze really well though.

i don't think it will help the lifespan of the flowers

fresh basil last 3 weeks in the fridge

as long as they are in the refrigerator they should be good for a month or two

Crepes will stay fresh in the refrigerator for up to five days. Crepes should be staked between layers of parchment or waxed paper.

it takes at least 2 weeks for it to rot.

About 3-4 months if prepared properly.


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