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I made some spinach dip a while ago (cream cheese, mozzarella, spinach, and spices) but then I was sick and didn't eat any.

How long do you think it would stay good?

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A week, max.

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depends on the ingredients and storage. If the base was largely mayonnaise, it wil keep for up to about 10 days (vinegar). if it was a cream cheese/sour cream base, more like a week.
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You know the saying " If there's any doubt...throw it out!" Food poisoning sucks!

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I never throw anything out unless it smells bad or is moldy... and I have honestly never had food poisoning.

Well, one time when I was about 9 and decided it would be a good idea to taste raw hamburger. That was horrible.

I would expect spinach dip to last a week or so, especially if it is in a sealed container.

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You know the saying " If there's any doubt...throw it out!" Food poisoning sucks!
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I would say 3 or 4 days, but that's me.
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Well, in my house, spinach dip only stays good for about 2 hours so I can't help you! :
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Me personally I wouldn't keep it past 3 days, but then I'm known to be extremely over-cautious when it comes to food and possible food poisoning.
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for me a few days, but i am very paranoid about food being too old.
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