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How long does smoked fish last in the freezer?
Last Updated: 7th May, 2021
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Similarly, you may ask, is it OK to freeze smoked fish?
Despite the fact that you can eat it without further cooking, smoked fish does not actually stay fresh much longer than raw fish. If you wish to safely keep your smoked fish for longer than that, you will need to freeze it instead. Freezing your smoked fish extends the time in which it stays good to up to three months.
One may also ask, how long does fish last in freezer? When frozen in an at-home refrigerator, a fatty fish like tuna or salmon will last two to three months. A leaner fish like cod will last up to six months. When vacuum-sealed and properly stored in the freezer, fish can last for as long as two years.
Secondly, how long does smoked fish last?
What is the best way to store smoked fish?
Susan Westmoreland, food director for Good Housekeeping, offers this advice about storing smoked salmon: Put it on the bottom shelf of your refrigerator, where it's coldest. Unopened, it will keep for two weeks; after opening, one week.