You should cool food down at least to room temp before freezing.The faster you cool cooked food the less likely bacteria will have to form on it. Putting it in an ice bath is the correct way to cool food before refrigerating or freezing it.
never it will cool inide and keep the chicken moist
You should boil a chicken an hour to an hour and a half in a mild boil. Do not boil it in a hard, rolling boil. it should be tender and allow it to cool off before handling.
No not really u can
It depends on how you intend to use the chicken. If you are going to serve it at a meal, you would want to serve it hot, so just a few minutes of cooling would be enough. If you plan to shred or pull it by hand, you should allow it to cool for at least 30 minutes. This is a great tip for cooling chicken: If you allow the chicken to cool in the water (broth) it was cooked in, the chicken will have a much better flavor than if you remove it from the broth and allow it to cool.
for water to cool to its freezing point it must gain energy
depends on the seed. some seeds actually like being in the fridge for a bit before germinating but i forgot the name of the phenomena most seeds should be stored in cool dry conditions. 16 degrees celcius with a dehumidifier
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Not a great idea - any meat stock is an ideal breeding ground for bacteria, so should be refridgerated immediatly after you have made it. Even after boiling it up, it isn't worth the risk since they type of foodpoisoning you could get would be really grim.
Cool, Cold & Freezing Cold.
Cold, freezing, cool
Cold water freezes faster because hot water has to cool down to the freezing temperature before it can freeze.
It should be stored slightly cool, and chilled before serving.
The faster you cool food the better. It is best to use an ice bath to cool food quickly for freezing or refrigerating. An ice bath is: Put the food to cool in a shallow pan and put that into a bigger pan with ice and water. The ice and water level should go a little over half of the food pan. Stir the food a few times while it cools. This should take just a few minutes. Place the food after cooling in an airtight container to freeze or refrigerate.
No. Serve it at cool room temperature.
you cool it down... (It's freezing)
its cool not freezing though
You should walk or stretch before and after exercise, as a warm-up and a cool-down, for the best results.
Adding salt to water will lower the freezing point, thus requiring the salt water to get colder before it will freeze - it thus takes longer to freeze because it takes additional time to cool from the normal freezing point on down to the new (colder) freezing point.
Food should be left to cool to room temperature before being covered and placed in the refrigerator.
Robin's Expert Answer gives excellent advice. Make sure the raw chicken is not stored where it can drip on any other food items. Chicken should be stored as stated in a temperature of between 1 and 5 degrees C for best results. When purchasing it should be transported in a chilled environment i.e either in a shoppers cool bag or with chilled /frozen foods with it - The basic out of chilled envionment time is about 30 minutes. Once cooked it can again be stored (in a sealed container) in the same chilled temperature for 3 to 5 days. Freezing will keep the chicken for 9 to 12 months as a whole uncooked meat.
You should fast cool any cooked meats for the best result. Cool meats by preforming a ice water bath. This will fast cool your cooked meat so you can put it immedietly into the refrigerator.
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