Cooked ham lasts around three to four days when stored in the refrigerator. Cooked ham lasts three to four months when stored in the freezer.
The best way to store cooked ham in the refrigerator is by wrapping it in plastic wrap or aluminum foil. Cooked ham should be placed in an airtight container or freezer bag before being placed in the freezer. Cooked ham should not be left out for longer than two hours. Ham that is left out for longer than the recommended amount of time should be discarded. Ham that has spoiled tends to have a sour smell or a slimy texture and should not be consumed.Learn More
Chicken stock is good for around four days in the refrigerator after being opened or made. Homemade chicken stock does not last as long as store-bought stock. Chicken stock keeps between six months and one year when frozen.Full Answer >
The length of time that ham can be kept in the refrigerator depends on the type of ham it is and the condition it is in. For example, cured ham that is in an unopened package is good for 2 weeks in the refrigerator, while it is only good for up to 5 days once it is opened. In general, leftover ham of any kind is still good to use for up to 5 days.Full Answer >
Fresh, uncooked ham lasts up to 6 months in the freezer. When cooked, fresh ham lasts between 3 and 4 months. Cured, uncooked ham last up to 4 months in the refrigerator, but when cooked it lasts up to 2 months.Full Answer >
Potato salad keeps for an average of three to four days in the refrigerator. This time can vary based on other factors, including what type of mayonnaise was used and whether the potato salad was kept without refrigeration for any length of time.Full Answer >