In a Nutshell Off smell, discolorations, slime, and bad taste are all signs of spoiled ham. Uncooked ham lasts 3 to 5 days if fresh and around 5 to 7 days if cured. Once cooked, it keeps for about two weeks if vacuum sealed and 3 to 5 days once opened or not vacuum sealed at all.
When it comes to canned ham, it comes with a best-by date, and can easily retain quality for a few weeks past that date. Once you open the tin, eat the ham within 3 to 5 days.
"If you do eat a food past the expiration date [and the food] is spoiled, you could develop symptoms of food poisoning," said registered dietitian nutritionist Summer Yule, MS. The symptoms of foodborne illness can include fever, chills, stomach cramps, diarrhea, nausea, and vomiting.
According to the USDA, if the ham is fully cooked and vacuum sealed, it's good in the refrigerator until the “use by” date. If there is no “use by” date, it's good for 2 - 3 weeks.
Many types of spoiled meat will exhibit a soured smell when cooking. Spoiled meat also tends to have a slimy and dull finish to it, and may have discoloration on its surface. … If you detect off-odors, strange sliminess or any other sign that indicates spoilage, discard the meat without cooking it.
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