How Long Can Salmon Stay Fresh in the Fridge?

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There are some things to consider when you are trying to see how long Salmon will stay fresh in the fridge. Well Salmon will only stay fresh in the fridge for up to two days if you package it like it is suppose to be packaged. There are a few ways you can make sure that you keep your Salmon for two days and that is to make sure that you package it in some foil or at least some good storage bags. This will help keep it fresh and ready to cook when you decide to cook it. Another thing that you have to remember is that smell is everything. I mean if the Salmon smells bad then it should not be cooked no matter how many days it has been. Remember that you should package everything in good storage bags as well as make sure that you smell the Salmon before cooking.
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