Does sesame oil go bad if not refrigerated?

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Best Answer
For an unopened bottle, sesame oil should easily last about a year past the best-by date before it goes rancid. When it comes to an opened bottle of sesame oil, the oil should retain good quality for at least 6 months if stored in the pantry and a year if it sits in the fridge.

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