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How long can boiled shrimp stay in the refrigerator?

Asked: Adrien Fishing, Date Created:

4 days The best way to maintain the quality and safety of your cooked shrimp is to store it properly, and refrigerate it. If cooked shrimp has been refrigerated, then it can be consumed for up to 3 or 4 days after it is cooked.

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