How long will a lobster live?

Chef's answer
100 yearsLobsters live in the murk and mud at the bottom of the ocean. Lobsters can grow up to four feet long and weigh as much as 40 pounds. It is believed that lobsters can live as long as 100 years.
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No! you can refreeze the ham. Pre-cooked ham that has been previously frozen and defrosted in the refrigerator, may be successfully refrozen if done so within 4-5 days of initial defrost.
Frozen hams remain safe indefinitely. The ham is safe after 1 year, but the quality may suffer.5 Jan 2020
According to the Butterball Turkey Talk Line, you can keep a turkey stored in the freezer up to two years and it's still safe to cook. ... For the best quality, the USDA recommends using the frozen turkey within the first year of storage.7 Oct 2020
Frozen foods are safe indefinitely. For best quality, fresh pork roast, steaks, chops or ribs should be used within four to six months
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Fish in your freezer for two years past its date can still be in perfect condition if it was vacuum-sealed, while poorly packaged fish can be past its prime in a matter of weeks. ... If the fish looks and smells fine, you're good to go. Once thawed, you can use frozen fish in all the same ways you'd use fresh.
Most shelf-stable foods are safe indefinitely. In fact, canned goods will last for years, as long as the can itself is in good condition (no rust, dents, or swelling). Packaged foods (cereal, pasta, cookies) will be safe past the 'best by' date, although they may eventually become stale or develop an off flavor.21 Feb 2017
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