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How Long Will Your Cooked Meat 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 Meat In The Refrigerator In The Freezer
Bacon (Unopened Package) 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Beef Brisket 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Beef Heart 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Beef Kidneys 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Beef Liver 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Beef Ribs 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Beef Roast 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Beef Steak 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Beef Tongue 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Beef, Ground 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Beef, Stew Meat 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Bison Chops 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Bison Roast 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Bison Steak 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Bison, Ground 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Bison, Stew Meat 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Bratwurst Sausages 3-4 Days 1-2 Months
Breakfast Sausages 3-4 Days 1-2 Months
Calibou 3-4 Days 6-9 Months
Chicken Breasts 3-4 Days 4 Months
Chicken, Ground 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Chitterlings 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Corned Beef 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Cornish Hen 3-4 Days 4-6 Months
Country Ham (Whole & Cured) 1 Week 1 Month
Deer 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Duck (Smoked Breast/Vacuum Sealed) 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Duck (Whole) 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Giblets, Chicken 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Giblets, Duck 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Giblets, Goose 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Giblets, Turkey 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Goat 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Goose, Whole 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Guineafowl 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Ham (Sliced at Deli) 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Ham (uncured) 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Italian Sausage 3-4 Days 1-2 Months
Lamb Chops (All Cuts) 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Lamb Heart 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Lamb Kidneys 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Lamb Liver 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Lamb Ribs 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Lamb Roast (All Cuts) 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Lamb Steak 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Lamb Tongue 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Lamb, Ground 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Lamb, Stew Meat 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Meat Pie (All Types) 3-5 Days 1-2 Months
Meatballs 3-4 Days 3-4 Months
Meatloaf 3-4 Days 3-4 Months
Moose 3-5 Days 6-9 Months
Partridge 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Pheasant 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Pork Chops (All Cuts) 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Pork Heart 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Pork Kidneys 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Pork Liver 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Pork Ribs (All Cuts) 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Pork Roasts (All Cuts) 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Pork Steak 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Pork Tongue 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Pork, Ground 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Pork, Stew Meat 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Quail 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Rabbit 3-5 Days 4-6 Months
Sausages 3-4 Days 1-2 Months
Squab/Pigeon 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Turkey Pieces 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Turkey, Ground 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Turkey, Whole 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Veal Chops 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Veal Hearts 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Veal Kidneys 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Veal Liver 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Veal Ribs 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Veal Roast (All Cuts) 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Veal Shanks (Osso Buco) 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Veal Steaks 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Veal Tongue 3-5 Days 2-3 Months
Veal, Ground 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Veal, Stew Meat 3-4 Days 2-3 Months
Venison 3-5 Days 6-9 Months
Wild Boar 3-5 Days 6-9 Months

 

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