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Can you eat raw ahi tuna the next day?

Asked: Nathan Bryant, Last Updated:

In a refrigerator set to 40 degrees Fahrenheit or lower, cooked ahi keeps for only two days. Once the two days pass, throw the fish away and wash the container with hot, soapy water.

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