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How long does it take for crawfish to go bad?

Asked: Pat Campeau, Last Updated:

If you cook crawfish from their live state, they must be refrigerated within two hours of cooking. When storing fresh, cooked crawfish, place them in sealed, airtight containers and place in the refrigerator. They will keep this way for three to four days.

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