how long can you keep cooked mashed turnips in the refrigerator?

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A cantaloupe in the refrigerator is probably good for 4 days. Maybe it will be still edible after a week if you don't see mold, but it may get mushy and the taste will start to change.

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3 days or less, according to the info I have. It will sometimes go stale even sooner than that, although it's probably still OK to eat.

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What do lyou posions turnips with for what i call lice.

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How long do you cook a 12 lb. lobster

I guess till it is done. It is pretty rare we serve lobster around here, and when we do they weigh in about two pounds. Linda cooks 'em about five minutes. Other wise they come out over cooked and tough as a brand new Michelin.

It seems that a common problem with refrigerators ...

Put a box or two of baking soda into your frij. Have them open just a little bit. They will absorb almost all odors, and keep your refrigerator smelling good. Also, when you wash it inside, some baking soda in the wash water will also remove odors.

Do you refrigerate wine?

You only refrigerate white wine, and white wines & white zinfandels do need to be refrigerated after opening. Reds can be left out on the counter; however, both should be laid on their sides to help maintain the proper taste & prevent them from going stale. I learned that last bit the hard way.