What Is the Shelf Life of Spaghetti?

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Dried uncooked spaghetti has a long shelf life (up to 2 years). So long as it is kept in airtight, dry containers, it can stay fresh for long. Cooked spaghetti can stay for a couple of days, depending on where they are stored.
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If only the spaghetti noodles 3-5 days if it was cooled and placed within a sealed container in the frig within an hour after cooking. Bacteria grows quickly in the moist nooks and
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