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I can't remember how long it's been in there and I plan on cleaning out the refrig this weekend.
You'll know when you look at it or smell it! Couple of weeks at least. If only part of it has turned, you can cut that off and the rest will be good. If it's slimy and smelling bad.....pitch it!
If you have a humidity-controlled crisper, it can last up two 2 months. I'd just examine it for signs of spoilage. If it looks good, use it. And soon, if it's been long enough that you can't remember when you bought it.
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"Why, yes. Yes, I AM a Field Editor for Taste of Home."
Hey - thanks - I think it might be OK. I was going to make sweet and sour cabbage with it.
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