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How long can you keep a cooked chicken in the fridge?

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    Yeah, as above...wondered how long it was safe to keep and use, I wanted to use it in a soup.
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    I wouldn't use it after a few days... It tends to dry out a bit anyway... But in a soup, I guess that's not a problem...
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    Until it starts to look alive again.
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    I tend to avoid if its crispy
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    Usually about a week, I think. Just make sure it smells ok first. Alternatively, why not just put it in the freezer until the day before you want to make the soup?
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    If I've cooked it myself, probably 4 days or so.
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    4 months and 12 days and it was still yum :yy:
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    When it evolves back in to a life form, it has definately been too long.
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    (Original post by reems23)
    4 months and 12 days and it was still yum :yy:


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