Throw it away and use fresh products. Even in a sauce, the flavor will not be up to par. Although freezer burn can take the taste out of food it is not dangerous to eat. Use herbs, garlic powder or onion powder, meat marinades to bring up as much as the flavor as you can. This should only be done if the person can't afford a lot of food or they are just eating it themselves. Don't use this on guests!
It is but it will taste different.
after chicken is freezer burn you can eat it would just taste dry and stringy
Freezer burn won't hurt you. It just alters the taste of the food. So, you can eat the shrimp, but it might not taste too good.
No, it will taste terrible.
If you don't let the berries get freezer burn in the first place, then they will have no such taste. If they aren't in sauce, perhaps rinsing them off might get rid of an off flavor, if it is just a faint stale smell in the freezer itself, rather than actual freezer burn.
There is no way to take away the freezer taste from foods frozen too long...most likely it has freezer burn
Freezer burn is what happens when frozen food is exposed to air. While safe to eat, the food might not taste fresh.
Eat them immediately after buying or picking, and don't freeze them.
No, the freezer burn is not toxic, it just dries out the shrimp and it will not taste 'fresh'. Provided the shrimp was fresh when first frozen and has remained frozen then you should not get sick.
Yes, you can eat food that has "freezer burn". However, it tends to not taste as good as non-burned food. The freezer burn is actually just dehydration of that part of the food due to sublimation of the ice; because this takes a long time, freezer-burn doesn't occur to foods before (usually) about 3-6 months.
Anything left exposed to air in the freezer will freezer burn
Generally no. The main impacts of freezer burn are aesthetic and related to texture...these likely combine to affect taste quality and appeal.