@hdcaridad3 asked 3 months ago.

How long can pickles sit out?

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@professor jennie answered 1 month ago.

According to the National Center for Home Food Preservation, you can store pickles for up to three months if they’re kept in the fridge. However, the University of Minnesota Extension cautions that the flavor and texture of pickles can change over time, and that they may become soft and slightly slimy if kept for too long.

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@Benjii answered 1 month ago.

Homemade pickles shelf lifePickles can last for as long as 1-2 years past the expiration date printed on their jars. That's whether you store them in the refrigerator or not, provided they've been properly sealed.
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@paul answered 1 month ago.

It depends on the quality of the pickles, but homemade pickles usually last about two weeks if they’re kept in the fridge. However, commercial pickles (like old-fashioned dill pickles) can last much longer.

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@owuguverr answered 3 months ago.

The shelf life of pickles depends on the type of pickle and how the pickle was prepared. When it comes to homemade pickles, you can expect them to last a few weeks in the fridge, but ultimately it comes down to the acidity of the pickling liquid.
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@fanniduju answered 3 months ago.

It depends on the quality of the pickles, but homemade pickles usually last about two weeks if they’re kept in the fridge. However, commercial pickles (like old-fashioned dill pickles) can last much longer.
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