How Long Can Steak Stay in the Fridge?

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Depending on the cut of meat, a fresh cut steak from a meat market will stay for up to a week to two weeks, depending on the age of steak when purchased. With beef, the steak will improve drastically in terms of flavor and tenderness over those two weeks, so buying steak in advance is advised.
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not very long maybe a couple days it is better to store them in a freezer
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Meat typically should only be thawed out in the fridge for one to two days. Any longer and bacteria can start to grow on the meat and in the surrounding areas on the fridge. It's
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Steak - 3 days. Lettuce - rinsed, shaken, wrapped in paper towel and placd in a plastic bag (with end slightly open) - a week.
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