How Long Will Your Cooked Fish Stay Fresh?
One of the hardest things to determine when eating fresh, natural, and healthy is how long certain foods will stay fresh once they’ve been cooked. You can finally stop guessing because we’ve compiled freshness lists of the most popular vegetables, meats & poultry, and fish used in cooking for you to reference anytime you need it.
The following lists solely contains cooked foods.
|Find Your Fish||In The Refrigerator||In The Freezer|
|Arctic Char||3-4 Days||2-3 Months|
|Bluefish||3-4 Days||2-3 Months|
|Carp||3-4 Days||2-3 Months|
|Catfish||3-4 Days||2-3 Months|
|Clams||3-4 Days||3 Months|
|Cod||3-4 Days||2-3 Months|
|Crab (Still In Shell)||3-5 Days||3 Months|
|Crab (Out of Shell)||3-5 Days||3 Months|
|Crayfish (Crawfish)||3-4 Days||3 Months|
|Flounder||3-4 Days||2-3 Months|
|Frog Legs||3-4 Days||2-3 Months|
|Grouper||3-4 Days||2-3 Months|
|Haddock||3-4 Days||2-3 Months|
|Halibut||3-4 Days||2-3 Months|
|Lobster (In Shell)||2 Days||3 Months|
|Lobster (Shell Removed)||3-4 Days||3 Months|
|Mackerel||3-4 Days||2-3 Months|
|Mahi-Mahi||3-4 Days||2-3 Months|
|Monkfish||3-4 Days||2-3 Months|
|Mullet||3-4 Days||2-3 Months|
|Mussels||3-4 Days||3 Months|
|Octopus||3-4 Days||2-3 Months|
|Octopus||3-4 Days||2-3 Months|
|Orange Roughy||3-4 Days||2-3 Months|
|Oysters||3-4 Days||2-3 Months|
|Perch||3-4 Days||4 Months|
|Pollock||3-4 Days||4 Months|
|Rockfish||3-4 Days||4 Months|
|Salmon||3-4 Days||2-3 Months|
|Scallops||3-4 Days||3 Months|
|Sea Bass||3-4 Days||2-3 Months|
|Sea Trout||3-4 Days||2-3 Months|
|Shark Steak||3-4 Days||2-3 Months|
|Shrimp||3-4 Days||3 Months|
|Skate||3-4 Days||2-3 Months|
|Smelts||3-4 Days||2-3 Months|
|Snapper||3-4 Days||2-3 Months|
|Sole||3-4 Days||2-3 Months|
|Squid/Calamari||3-4 Days||3 Months|
|Striped Bass||3-4 Days||2-3 Months|
|Swordfish||3-4 Days||2-3 Months|
|Tilapia||3-4 Days||2-3 Months|
|Trout||3-4 Days||2-3 Months|
|Tuna||3-4 Days||2-3 Months|
|Turbot||3-4 Days||2-3 Months|
|Whitefish||1-2 Days||2-3 Months|
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