Depends on a lot of factors, especially how much salt you used in your rub. Consider you can buy cooked chicken at many stores that lasts for weeks -- and sandwich meats that we don't buy will last a LONG time. The best way to tell if it is still good is to have one of the females in your house smell it. I'm the cautious one in our family and once food is getting toward a week, I'm very wary. My wife will usually assure me it's fine.
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