how long do cooked turnips last in refrigerator?

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Answered: How long are cantolopes good in the refrigerator?

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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Answered: Where did cooked turnip gr eens originate from? I was wondering if it

The commonplace turnip, and thus its greens, probably originated in Asia Minor. It has been so widely consumed throughout history (particularly before it ran into competition from potatoes) that it is generally overlooked, or considered "poor people's food." Could really be that is was cooked in the ...
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