Most fudge makers recommend against refrigerating the confection, contending that doing so dries it out. Kept in plastic wrap at room temperature, it usually lasts for up to 10 days to two weeks.
Fudge House suggests placing its fudge in plastic wrap or airtight plastic storage containers and keeping it at room temperature.
Old Danish Fudge Kitchen recommends slicing pieces through plastic wrap and eating them individually. The fudge maker indicates that it is possible to freeze its fudge for future use but only if it is wrapped tightly in plastic wrap and then aluminum foil before being placed in an airtight freezer bag.Learn More
Butter does not have to be refrigerated. Butter can spoil, but it takes longer to spoil than milk. Butter is made from pasteurized milk, which helps to limit bacterial growth.Full Answer >
Worcestershire sauce does not need to be refrigerated once the bottle has been opened, as there is nothing that can spoil in the condiment. There is a school of thought that Worcestershire sauce should be refrigerated if it is used infrequently, but this does not add to its shelf life.Full Answer >
Raw chicken, whether whole or in pieces, should only be refrigerated for a maximum of two days before use. Storage beyond this period requires freezing, which extends the lifespan to one year for whole birds and nine months for pieces.Full Answer >
Lemon meringue pie can be refrigerated, but the dessert does not keep well in the freezer. The pie can be refrigerated for two to three days.Full Answer >