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Can you use expired anchovy paste?

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When refrigerated, the paste will last for about 18 months. For unopened jars, the expiration date on the lid will show how long it's good for. A good rule of thumb is to refrigerate the jar as soon as you open it. If you have any anchovy paste leftover, wrap it in plastic and put it back into the refrigerator.

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