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Is it ok to eat Fish thawed in re fridge and then refrozen?

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Yes, freezer jam is safe to eat once thawed and refrozen. However, it is not recommended that this food be refrozen again after this process.

It is not recommended to eat any foods that have been frozen, thawed and refrozen. You can, however, thaw food, cook it, and then freeze it.

If the meatballs were held under refrigeration the entire time they were thawed and were not starting to spoil before they were refrozen, you could eat them. The quality and flavor might be diminished. If you are still in doubt, don't eat them.

is it ok to eat food that has been frozen, then thawed then refrozen? this is the question ,not the answer

If you have no taste buds you can possibly eat it. Personally I would rather use it to patch my driveway.

My freezer was unplugged by a construction worker. I did not catch it for 2 days the food was cold but had defrosted. The fish was in sealed packages but pretty defrosted. Is it ok to refreeze it now or is it dangerous to eat?

It isn't a good idea to eat salmon that is in this situation. The spoilage danger is low, but there is a good chance it will not taste good.

If hot dogs have been thawed out and then left out of the cool of the fridge, do not eat them.

You can NEVER eat anything that you thaw out and then freeze again. Not true. If it was thawed under refrigeration and refrozen soon afterwards and then was cooked properly, it will likely be safe. Its quality might not be what you'd expect since repeated freeze-thaw cycles are never good for food. See Related Links. If a frozen pizza thaws out on the short trip home from the store, it can be placed in the freezer.

it has to be thawed so you can chew it you need to thawed completely. it's safe to eat it.

Yes.But thaw it slowly,not in the microwave.Put it in the fridge at least a whole day in advance of using it.

They usually eat cucumbers and other vegetab;es fresh and out of the fridge; but wait about 5minutes before giving them cucumbers; broccoli; etc.

In most cases 2 to 3 days of refrigeration is the maximum recommended time after dethawing or purchased already thawed. Anything beyond this and you seriously risk sickness. Fish is not something you take chances on.

I was without power for 14 hours. I did not look in refrigerator and/or freezers. Now, the power has returned about 3 hours ago. Everything is frozen hard again. Can i eat the food?

Yes, ham that is fully cooked can be safely refrozen. Once thawed again, it will have the same number of days left to be eaten as when it went into the freezer; for example if you cook ham on January 1, it could be safely refrigerated until January 7. If you refreeze on January 3; once thawed it will be safe to eat for 4 days. Be sure to wrap it properly to prevent freezer burn, loss of taste and texture.

Possibly nothing will happen if it was properly handled before refreezing and then properly cooked. It may not be of very good quality, but it could be safe. So much depends upon the type of packaging, the temperatures that the thawed chicken reached and for how long it reached those temperatures. If you don't know the temperature and handling history of the refrozen chicken, it might be better to not eat it.

There is nothing harmful about eating raw fish provided it is fresh or has been frozen and thawed properly, if it smell even slightly off do not eat it raw.

If you plan to eat them, then in the fridge or freezer depending on how long it will be before you eat them. But if you caght it and want to keep it alive, then keep it in a tank of water -- a fish tank!

It is safe to eat, and it won't even taste worse - depending on how long it was initially thawed.

The safeness cannot be determined without lab tests. It should be used within a few days, but preferably as soon as it is finished thawing - in the fridge, of course.

Use your own judgment, if is smells bad don't if it looks alright it probably is, but it's up to you


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