Is a turkey that has been cooked frozen on a carcass safe to eat?
As long as you bring it up to an internal temperature of 165°F, it will be safe to eat. Add 50% more time to cook a frozen turkey and remember to remove the giblet bags as the turkey thaws during cooking. See Related Links.
A raw turkey should keep for a year in the freezer. If it is cooked, figure on a month. (To answer the Discussion) Cooked turkey will last 3-4 days in the fridge. For best flavor after cooking a turkey, remove the leftover meat from the bones. The bones develop off-flavors rather quickly, so boil them ASAP to make broth. For soup, you can then separate any meat from the bones and add extra meat that…
Can frozen hamburgers that thawed on ice in a cooler be re-frozen and then cooked and eaten without making you sick?
The point to actual spoilage is uncertain and will depend on a number of variables, including whether or not it is cooked, the bacterial load to begin with, how it has been handled, the temperature at which it is stored (there are hot and cold spots in the fridge) and how it is packaged. Raw turkey should be cooked within a couple days of thawing from frozen. If it is purchased fresh, use within a…
Sometimes yes but some beef will give you food poisoning A different answer: If the beef was frozen then cooked, it may be safely frozen again. If the beef had been frozen after it was cooked, then thawed, it must be heated thoroughly before being frozen again, to ensure against any possible contamination. A rule of thumb: There must always be cooking between thawing and refreezing.
Cooked shrimp can be stored in a sealed bag or ziplock for no longer than three days, even in the coldest part of your fridge. Raw frozen shrimp will last up to 6 months, whereas cooked frozen shrimp should be eaten with a 2 month time period. Commercially-frozen shrimp will last longer too because they've been flash-frozen.