Food Expiration Dates 101: When to Keep and Toss Leftovers

Unlike a gallon of milk or a jar of pickles, leftovers don't come stamped with an expiration date. Don't resort to the sniff test with that extra slide of pie or uneaten chicken -- we've got you covered with food expiration dates from StillTasty.com (27 Photos)

Lisa Cericola on Apr 23, 2013 at 9:57AM

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Food Expiration Dates 101: When to Keep and Toss Leftovers

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Cooked Lasagna

Three to five days in the refrigerator or one to two months in the freezer.

Refrigerate cooked lasagna within two hours of cooking in an airtight container or freezer bag. Freezer time is for best quality -- foods kept at zero degrees Fahrenheit will be safe to eat indefinitely.

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