After being defrosted, frozen foods must be cooked before being re-frozen.
Some foods do not need to be cooked fully, for example, tomatoes can be eaten raw or cooked - or anywhere in between. Other food, such as chicken, must be cooked completely to kill any bacteria in the flesh. The bacteria can cause food poisoning, salmonella or even e-coli.
It must be cooked. Pancetta is bacon that has been cured without smoking, but it's still raw. Prosciutto, which is aged ham, has been dry cured and can be eaten without cooking.
There are three main varieties of banana:Yellow eating bananasRed eating bananas, about half the size of the yellowPlantains or cooking bananas, must be cooked before being eaten
To keep bacteria from growing
If you are pooping pink then you must have eaten a whole bunch of pink foods but me not being able to think of any pink foods you must have shmedricks disease.
Chicken and most edible fowl contain e. coli bacteria that must be cooked away before being eaten. Steak must be extremely fresh in order to be served rare.
Foods that are low in fat and not a lot of carbohydrates. Foods must have a good amount protein, vitamins and minerals. Food must be eaten in small but a reasonable-sized portions.
In the Digestive system
Oysters must be cooked alive or eaten alive. Don't worry, though, oysters cannot feel pain.
to keep bacteriae from growing
Yes you can refreeze cooked shrimp. In order to do so you must first remove all moisture from the shrimp before freezing.