Assume proper refrigeration!
it usually says on the packet up to 2 days, and I'd go with that because after that it starts to go hard as the air gets to it
I usually just change the water everyday-- Put a bit of salt in the water and keep your mozz covered. It will probably stay fine for several days.
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Treat it the same way you would fresh fish. Just don't freeze it.
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