hardlikearmour is a trusted home cook.
I suspect it would keep a week or so in the fridge. I'd be concerned the texture would suffer if you froze it. You may want to freeze a small portion, then thaw it out and see if it is okay.
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I have absolutely no idea what black bean tapenade is. A real tapenade from the south of France involves olives, anchovies and most importantly capers (the name itself comes from the Provencal word for capers). Black beans are not a typical part of the diet there. I don't mean to offend but I have issues with fake foods like vegetarian "meatloaf".
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