If frozen fish thaws can it be frozen again?
No, when frozen fish has completely thawed once it should be
cooked straight away.
After it has been cooked it can be refrozen again as a cooked meal, but should again only be frozen and thawed once. See the link below for more information about defrosting frozen fish
Once the fish is frozen, it is no longer "fresh". It can be kept frozen indefinitely, as long as it never thaws.
A frozen ground that never thaws is call firnward. Also, permafrost.
The fish is frozen, and if frozen can't be resuscitated.
The frozen ground that never thaws is known as permafrost. The snow that never melts is called firn.
Probably not until it thaws, but why was it frozen?
Wrap your fish well to prevent freezer burn and it will last practically forever. However, if it was previously frozen and defrosted before it got to your freezer than it will not be as good when it defrosts. Fish does not do well with repeated freezes and thaws. If it was fresh when it went into your freezer, or if you bought it frozen and got it straight into your freezer, it will last for… Read More
Yes , but it is unhealthy . It sometimes effects the immune system in the body and keeps you weak , pale and tired but this is only if the fish was frozen several times .
The gelatin structure will break and you will have a liquid mess.
No. It thaws in the summer when it is warmer.
Frozen thaws to it's original substance, petrified becomes stone.
There would be no problem in drinking vodka after it thaws.
In the Arctic Tundra the frozen subsoil is Permafrost.
It is a fish that is frozen.
It won't get moldy while it is frozen. Once it thaws and sits out for a time, it will.
No its bad after it freezes and then thaws and yes can break
Frozen fish does not smell while still frozen. Once thawed it would depend on the type of fish and how fresh it was when it was frozen.(fresh fish does not smell fishy)
Of corse it can be frozen Im just not sure how it will be when it thaws. Im going to try this in a day or so and I will have the answer for all. Tom Olympia Washington
If the can was unopened, and thaws out, still sealed, at room temperature, there should be no problem with it.
It is a frozen liquid. when it thaws it changes forms into a liquid so it is a transformer between mater forms.
It would be safe to eat, but you probably wouldn't enjoy it. The lettuce would become mushy as it thaws.
They don't bread frozen fish they bread it first and then freeze it cause it would be a little difficult to bread frozen fish.
Yes, you can tell by the smell. You can tell by the look. You can tell better when the meat thaws out.
If the water surface is frozen, fish continue to swim.
yes, when you buy frozen fish you also buy frozen water so you get less fish.
because milk has more fat than water which makes it hotter when not frozen so it thaws
No. The fish will disintegrate after being frozen.
Frozen fish fillets are fillets of fish that have been cleaned - usually deboned - and frozen very quickly after they are brought from the sea. A "fillet" is a strip of meat taken from the side of the fish, as opposed to a steak, which is cut across the fish.
You can re-freeze it - with a few ifs: * If it was thawed in the refrigerator * If it was very fresh when first frozen * If it has not been sitting around for too long after thawing and is not starting to spoil Going through extra freeze-thaw cycles will degrade the quality of the meat. You might be better off cooking it first, then re-freezing the meat.
Yes, peanut oil can be frozen for up to one year and this helps slow down the oxidation process. When you want to unfreeze just allow it to thaw naturally. The cloudiness will disappear as it thaws.
yes it can. Tundra is a name given to the permanently frozen ground in the north of Canada and Russia. Tundra NEVER thaws even in the summer.
"Defrost" is used to denote the removal of ice. You defrost a freezer or the windows of your car. "Thaw" is when something changes from frozen to un-frozen. You thaw out a piece of meat and the ground thaws in Spring.
It should work (once it thaws out), but if you use it WHILE it's frozen, I doubt it would work very well. The point of shampoo is to be a liquid cleaner; if it's frozen it won't do it's job.
It can be, but it is not desirable to do so. The fish could not have been thawed for long and would have to have been thawed under refrigeration. Freezing it again will adversely affect the quality of the fish. You might consider cooking it first, then freezing it.
There are a number of different ways that frozen fish can be packaged, including fish fillets frozen into a block and wrapped in plastic or paper and placed in a cardboard case individually frozen fish fillets packed in bulk with a single liner inside a cardboard case individually frozen fish fillets each wrapped in a plastic sheet or bag and placed in a cardboard box with or without a plastic liner. individual fish fillets that… Read More
Yes, frozen fish is allowed to be carried on an airplane. It is recommended, however, that the fish be kept in a cooler to prevent spoilage.
Depending on the type of dish e.g a fish fillet i wouldn't recommend, however fish pies ect, if frozen or recently made sure, as with chicken make sure it is piping hot inside first!
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.
the type of fish is pollack
Yes, it can be frozen. This is a very good way to store fish. You can freeze the marinade with the fish. It will not hurt it.
I have eaten Venison that I had frozen for up to 1 year. I had it wrapped tight and sealed in an airtight plastic bag. (seal a meal) It was good. You have to keep the air out so it wont get freezer burn and if it thaws out, don't refreeze it. By the time I eat it all it's hunting season again. Good huntin! Keep yer powder dry! Frozen venison could be good anywhere… Read More
No, definitely and absolutely not! It's a recipe for food poisoning. If frozen meat has thawed you can freeze it again AFTER it has been properly cooked. When the cooked meat is thawed, it must not be frozen again. It is just too risky.
Yes! They will go to the bottom of the frozen water!
not solid frozen but a little frozen is ok although its easier for them to eat non frozen shrimp.
Yes, because it's frozen and frost wears more than air
Yes, it is possible to freeze cooked fish.
If the food thaws before you are going to use it, there could be an issue with freezer burn. Do not thaw until you are ready to use.
Areas where the ground never thaws (a layer near the surface might thaw but deeper down, the ground is frozen all year and has been for thousands of years).
Once chicken has completed defrosted, it should not be frozen again. It is best to cook the chicken and then you can freeze it.
no, its already precooked and now you have cooked it again. After the second cooking it is not meant to be frozen again.
In theory it can, but the food will be vaguely disgusting.