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One can safely eat refrigerated eggs three to four weeks after the sell-by date. Refrigerated egg substitutes maintain freshness three to four days after the sell-by date. Egg whites stay fresh in the refrigerator for two to four days, while egg yolks last one to two days.


Steaks last about three to five days in the refrigerator, while ground beef lasts about one or two days. A chicken or turkey that is whole or chopped into pieces lasts about one or two days, while pork and lamb chops last three to five days.


Hard boiled eggs have a shelf life of one week if stored in the refrigerator or two hours if left out at room temperature. The protective waxy coating on the eggshell is stripped away in the hard boiling process, leaving it susceptible to bacterial contamination.


Keeping your refrigerator at 40 degrees Fahrenheit or lower is effective at extending the refrigerator life of fresh vegetables. Making sure that the refrigerator is not packed too tightly and waiting to wash vegetables until just before you use them are also ways to preserve the life of refrigerate


If canned food has already been opened, it should be consumed within two days if it is stored in the refrigerator. Unopened cans can be stored in the fridge for longer periods, but not so long that rust forms on the can.


A boiled egg can stay out of the refrigerator for up to 2 hours. After that time, it should be refrigerated or reheated before serving. A cooked or boiled egg can remain in the refrigerator for up to a week.


The shelf life of an opened bottle of refrigerated liquid coffee creamer is between two and three weeks. If the bottle is unopened, the coffee creamer can last up to 120 days after being made.


A refrigerator is an electrical appliance used for storing and preserving food at a cold temperature. A refrigerator can also be a cold room used for food storage.


Liquor, such as vodka, rum and gin, lasts indefinitely when stored under ideal conditions. Closed bottles of wine have a shelf life of between one and three years, depending on the type. Beer has a shelf life of six months, depending on the storage conditions.


A hard boiled egg can be kept safely at room temperature for approximately two hours. Refrigerate any hard boiled eggs that will not be eaten immediately; doing so will prevent spoilage and potential food-borne illness.