No, you mustn't ever refreeze something thats thawed, anything! i wouldnt eat it either sorry
Meat is thawed to defrost it, lets face it if something is frozen it will not cook, so you have to remove it from its icy stage before putting it on the stove
can cheese be thawed and refrozen
the chicken was thawed on tuesday
it isn't frosty and it is slightly squishy...........and it isn't frozen
No, frozen is frozen. But you can refreeze something that has been thawed. You can refreeze thawed meat long as there are still ice crystals on it. Once completely thawed then you need to cook it first then refreeze. This applies to solid pieces only, ground meat once more than half thawed needs to be cooked first then refrozen always.
it has to be thawed so you can chew it you need to thawed completely. it's safe to eat it.
Fish will weigh less after it is thawed because it loses some water when it is thawed.
If the meat was thawed under refrigeration and you kept it under refrigeration (except for the short trip home from grocery) for only 3 hours before freezing it, it should be safe. The caveat is that you might not know how the meat was thawed or how long it has been thawed. It sounds like you handled the product all right, but we don't know if the store handled it properly.
No! Once thawed, you cannot safely refreeze shrimp.
If you thawed it out at room temperature or in the microwave - then no. Only consider refreezing meat if it has thawed in the refrigerator.
No, Food poisoning happens when people cook partially thawed food because it is 'only' partially thawed