Does Margarine Need to Be Refrigerated?

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Margarine does not need to be refrigerated. Many people keep both their margarine and their butter out on the counter. This makes it easier to spread since it will be soft.
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I dunno why don't you wait and see.
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Yes margerine and butter are good for ages and ages in the fridge. The only thing is that sometimes it can take on the odor from other foods, but it is still okay to use. Keep it
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If you chose "a," you get to go to the front of the class! Margarine has a refrigerator shelf life of two to three months. There is usually a "use by" date on
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You can keep margarine in the refrigerator for four to six months. Store the margarine in an airtight container or wrapped in plastic wrap. Keep the refrigerator at a constant temperature
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