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  • F. Bennett
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    Thanks Mike!

  • newnandawg
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    If the figs are "good" and ripe, the generally start to get mushy after 3-4 days.

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  • F. Bennett
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    You got that right, Ed!

  • Greg88
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    My fig preserves are FANTASTIC on top of Blue Bell homemade vanilla!

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  • eboone
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    Originally posted by F. Bennett View Post
    Figs and ice cream sounds fantastic!!
    Figs and anything sounds wonderful. Of course, anything and ice cream is fantastic as well.

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  • F. Bennett
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    Figs and ice cream sounds fantastic!!

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  • AscPete
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    They never make it more than a week in the fridge
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    But they're usually frozen for months... I especially like them with Vanilla Ice Cream.

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  • Taverna78
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    Great question. I assume they are better off in cool room temps. Think about the trader joe figs.... From tree to packaging company to store to home to belly. I still have 6 fig left from when my wife buy for me and that was days ago and they still look great. Maybe couple more days then trash. But I'd say at least 3 week

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  • F. Bennett
    started a topic How long will figs keep in the fridge?

    How long will figs keep in the fridge?

    My yard doesn't produce enough for the figs to make it to the fridge, but I was just wondering IF that time ever comes, how long will they keep in the fridge before degrading?
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