If it is maintained at a temperature below 40 F while it is defrosted, then yes it can be refrozen.
All meat can be defrosted and then refrozen. It is safe to eat, but will not be as tasty and juicy if meat had not been frozen. This is not a safety issue but a culinary one.
NO you can't
You can if it was deep-frozen raw chicken which was defrosted and then thoroughly cooked in the oven. If the cooked chicken is then deep-frozen it can be defrosted (thawed) and eaten, but should not be deep-frozen a third time.
Raw meat, whether venison or beef or any other type, can be frozen once. If frozen raw meat is thawed, it should be cooked and eaten, or cooked and refrozen. Once cooked venison is thawed it should not be refrozen.
If the pie has been cooked, then yes, it can be frozen and the cherry filling refrozen.
If it was frozen before it was cooked then yes u can re freeze it.
Anything can be refrozen. Actually no, not everything can be refrozen. Cooked beef can be refrozen, fully cooked, tightly wrapped, and for not more than a month. Uncooked meat can be refrozen if it does not reach room temperature, it must still be very cold or partly frozen.
If you are asking "Can chicken that has been frozen be defrosted and cooked?" then the answer is yes. If you are asking if chicken that has been frozen, defrosted, refrozen and defrosted again can be cooked than the answer is yes but it's not safe. When you freeze food water crystals expand and damage cells. When you defrost your food, particularly if you leave it on the counter instead of in the fridge bacteria causing microorganisms have the chance to multiple. When you then refreeze it even larger ice crystals are formed destroying even more cell membranes. After this you defrost it again and the microorganisms from before can double. Usually at this point the meat doesn't look or smell so great.
According to the United States Department of Agriculture, frozen fish fillets that have been thawed under refrigeration and have been defrosted for no more than 2 days, can be safely refrozen. The safety may be fine, but the quality will likely be affected. If the fish was thawed using a different method, then refreezing is not an option. Other sites suggest the fish not be refrozen unless it is cooked.
Food which has been cooked can be frozen, even if it was frozen prior to cooking. BUT Frozen food which has been thawed, but not cooked, should never be re-frozen. Nor should food which was cooked, frozen and thawed.
No, not in its uncooked state. You can, however, cook it and then freeze it.
If the rice has been handled properly throughout the process - cooked, then promptly frozen, defrosted properly and reheated thoroughly - it should not be dangerous to eat.
no once defrosted it cannot be frozen again i would eat it within 24hrs.
Yes. Meat can be refrozen after cooking.
i.e. been frozen, defrosted you wish to refreeze and then eat later? no, if you buy something frozen you defrost and use straight away you do not refreeze it.
It can, but if you're asking would it be okay, the answer is no. When I researched this question, I got a different answer. Meat defrosted in the refrigerator can be re-frozen without cooking, although some quality may be lost. The USDA recommends that meat defrosted by other methods be cooked before refreezing.
Yes. Foods that have been frozen and thawed can be refrozen after cooking.
Properly cooked chicken which has been properly frozen and properly defrosted is perfectly fine to eat. It can be heated or not, as the user prefers.