Food Storage - How long can you keep...


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4-6 months (best quality)



  • How long do frozen escargots last? The precise answer to that question depends to a large extent on storage conditions - keep escargots frozen at all times.
  • Properly stored, frozen escargots will maintain best quality for about 6 months in the freezer, although they will usually remain safe to eat after that.
  • Are frozen escargots safe to eat after the ‘expiration’ date on the package? Yes, if properly stored - commercially frozen escargots will typically carry a Best By, Best if Used By, Best Before, or Best When Used By date but this is not a safety date, it is the manufacturer's estimate of how long the frozen escargots will remain at peak quality.
  • How long will frozen escargots remain safe to eat? Frozen escargots that have been kept constantly frozen at 0°F will keep safe indefinitely, as long as they have been stored properly and the package is not damaged.
  • How to tell if frozen escargots are no longer good? If dry spots or discolorations have developed on the frozen escargots, freezer burn has begun to set in - this will not make the frozen escargots unsafe to eat, but it will harm the texture and taste.

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