No, guinea pigs must not eat frozen vegetables. Guinea pigs must not eat cooked vegetables either. They can only have fresh green vegetable or else their stomachs can get upset.
In addition to vegetables, guinea pigs require constant access to a specific type of hay called timothy. Timothy provides nutrients that are important to a piggy's diet as well as the rough texture needed to keep their teeth in good condition. Be careful when buying commercially-prepared foods; some less-expensive brands dilute timothy with alfalfa but the latter isn't nutritionally suitable.
They usually eat cucumbers and other vegetab;es fresh and out of the fridge; but wait about 5minutes before giving them cucumbers; broccoli; etc.
Well, it depends. It can eat crickets but it can also eat the following: Frozen mixed vegetables, various greens, small amounts of high quality dog food,mealworms, and thawed pre-killed frozen mice can all be fed to your Blue Tongue Lizard. Fresh water should be provided daily.
A fictional dog from 2001s fictional thriller "Vanilla Sky" Benny was frozen in a block of ice for three months after falling into the lake and later found by his owner alive. He is by the way "thawed out"
No reason why not. Most snakes can be 'conditioned' to take thawed out frozen food. One of the most successful methods I've used is to 'starve' the snake for a short period (maybe twice or three times the period it's used to being fed) - then offer food that's been thawed by means of tweezers so you can wiggle it in front of the snake without being bitten ! If the snake still refuses the food - simply wait another week or two before trying again. In the early stages of 'converting a snake onto dead food - you will probably end up wasting a few rodents - since you cannot re-freeze them once thawed ! Perseverance is the key !
Yes but it's best to use a wet batter AND a dry batter & cook the chicken about 50% longer than normal. Try using a seasoned egg batter and seasoned flour batter. If frying chicken legs fry each side about 9 - 12 mins. Be careful because the frozen chicken will pop and sizzle more than thawed chicken. Enjoy!
Bluetongue's dietIt can eat the following: Frozen mixed vegetables, various greens, small amounts of high quality dog food,mealworms, and thawed pre-killed frozen mice can all be fed to your Blue Tongue Lizard. Fresh water should be provided daily.Read more: Do_Blue_Tongue_Lizards_eat_crickets, cicadas and other insects, carrion, flowers and fruits, soft plants, and fungi.
Normally, frozen vegetables are not thawed first but are cooked from frozen.
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.
How long it will last will depend upon how good it was when frozen and how it was thawed. If it was thawed at room temperature, it should be cooked immediately. If it wasn't fresh when frozen, it should be cooked immediately. If it was very fresh when frozen and was thawed in the fridge, then you should have at least a couple days to cook it.
No, definitely and absolutely not! It's a recipe for food poisoning.If frozen meat has thawed you can freeze it again AFTERit has been properly cooked. When the cooked meat is thawed, it must not be frozen again. It is just too risky.
No, frozen is frozen. But you can refreeze something that has been thawed. You can refreeze thawed meat long as there are still ice crystals on it. Once completely thawed then you need to cook it first then refreeze. This applies to solid pieces only, ground meat once more than half thawed needs to be cooked first then refrozen always.
No they can not ! not any food that have been defrosted can be re-frosted because of Bactria and germs !If they've been kept refrigerated and well sealed they can be refrozen.
Yes it can be frozen but should always be defrosted thoroughly before cooking.
Yes, many of the companies that sell turkeys put cooking directions on the packaging and you will find both "from frozen" and "thawed" instructions on them.
There are food safety issues with thawing at room temperature and it is not recommended. If it is in a sealed package, it could be quick-thawed under cool running water - then immediately cooked. Or it could be thawed in the microwave - and immediately cooked. Or it could be cooked from frozen. Should you choose to thaw by any means other than in the fridge, it should be cooked immediately upon thawing and not stored for cooking later.
Provided they haven't been sitting around at room temperature for awhile you should be fine.