How Long Do Artichokes Last?


Artichokes are a type of thistle used as food that usually live for two years and originate in Southern Europe. Globe Artichokes were first cultivated in Naples, Italy in the 9th century and were brought to the United States by French immigrants to Louisiana. Today nearly all Artichokes that are grown in the United States come from Monterey County, California. Artichokes will last around a week if stored in the refrigerator, and about 10 to 12 months if stored in the freezer.
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You can store a fresh artichoke in the refrigerator for up to seven days. Cooked leftovers artichokes can last in a refrigerated for up to four days.
Artichokes have a good shelf life. Put them in your refrigerator ,
For refrigerated storage, slice a dime width off of the Artichoke stem, sprinkle the raw Artichoke stems with water and refrigerate them in an airtight plastic bag. It’s best
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