Longevity of kiriboshi daikon nimono

Bento-ing from: Zushi › Japan
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I'm planning to try your recipe for kiriboshi daikon nimono and use some in my kids' bento lunches. Once I make it, do you know how long I can keep it in the fridge? I'd like to make it on the weekend and then use it in lunches that week. Also, does it freeze well?

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Bento-ing from: somewhere › France
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Re: Longevity of kiriboshi daikon nimono

It should keep in the fridge fore 3-4 days, provided your fridge is cool enough. Remember that once cooked, kiriboshi daikon is as perishable any any food (dry it keeps indefinitely). You can also freeze cooked kiriboshi daikon.


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