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Tagged: Canned Tomatoes · crushed tomatoes · few days · fridge · tomato gravy
I would use it about 5 or 6 days… then I would be careful after that.
They should be fine.
They are fine. Tomatoes have a lot of acid which helps to keep them fresh. A few days is fine – a week, probably still ok but a little stale.
about 2 weeks, but check for a fine white mold. If they look and smell fine, they are
BTW good work taking them out of the can and putting them into an airtight container
I have been food poisoned before and take no chances. I have a 3-4 day rule with all of my opened food. No chance is worth being that sick.
it’s still okay to use them because they were place in a vacuum container.the freshness is sealed plus it’s inside the fridge.
I have a tip for you..for canned tomatoes, crushed or sauce,you can place them in the freezer..it can stay for about 3months..
Depending upon how cold your fridge is will determine the life span of food you store in it and how fresh it is when it goes in for storage. The tomatoes you speak of should be fine for at least 7-10 days. Mold on tomatoes appears first as white, wet small spots and transforms to black as the mold continues it’s life cycle.
Scraping mold off of or cutting it off of items does not make them safe to eat. The toxin that mold produces appears as mold as the bloom of the mold spore itself. What that means is that the toxic part of mold has already permeated the item, be it cheese, bread, fruits, veggies, or prepared foods. It is better to toss out anything with any visible mold on it to avoid ingesting these nasty toxins. They can do a lot of damage to the physiology and nervous system of humans and pets alike.
Tomatoes also freeze well. You can pick up freezer bags and use them or store in glass jars. Be sure to date all items you put into your freezer or fridge. This eliminates guessing how long something has been in there.
It would last a week.
They should be good for 5 days for sure, maybe a bit longer but not much.
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