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How long does dried fish last?

Asked: Jakob Zeh, Last Updated:

Properly handled and dried fish can last without spoilage between 6 to 12 months! That's a lot of time, and a great means to preserve food to take with you on a hike, camping, as a snack on the trail or just something to eat at home if you prefer the flavor.

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