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as long as they are completely dry-and sealed in an airtight and moisture free\light free container-theoretically forever.
I would advise against freezing-if any water is still in them-it will totally break down the cell walls of the fungus when it freezes, and when you thaw them, the resultant blue-goop will be very undersirable to ingest.
wrapped in foil inside a mason-type jar is pretty ideal. and remember:completely dry.
if they still have some moist to em', which after 3 weeks they might have picked up from teh atmosphere- you can dry them out with either a food dehydrator or a product called damp-rid that has always worked really well for me.
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