The general rule of thumb is you can eat the food after its packaging date if it was frozen before that date and defrosted later.
No because if u try to freeze it again you will get freezer burn on ur chicken
Yes. It is preferable over trying to refreeze raw thawed chicken.
Evaporated milk can be frozen but it is not really recommended as it does tend to be rather watery when it is defrosted.
If beef is frozen in the proper way; wrapped or put in an airtight container, it will stay good for up to 2 years in the freezer.
You can if it was deep-frozen raw chicken which was defrosted and then thoroughly cooked in the oven. If the cooked chicken is then deep-frozen it can be defrosted (thawed) and eaten, but should not be deep-frozen a third time.
yes because you are only saving the chicken for left overs.
Leave it in The Fridge You Chicken Wing ;)
you dont - chicken must be thoroughly defrosted befor cooking
If you are asking "Can chicken that has been frozen be defrosted and cooked?" then the answer is yes. If you are asking if chicken that has been frozen, defrosted, refrozen and defrosted again can be cooked than the answer is yes but it's not safe. When you freeze food water crystals expand and damage cells. When you defrost your food, particularly if you leave it on the counter instead of in the fridge bacteria causing microorganisms have the chance to multiple. When you then refreeze it even larger ice crystals are formed destroying even more cell membranes. After this you defrost it again and the microorganisms from before can double. Usually at this point the meat doesn't look or smell so great.
no but it cooks faster if it is it would and it is easier to work with defrosted
Properly cooked chicken which has been properly frozen and properly defrosted is perfectly fine to eat. It can be heated or not, as the user prefers.
It can but it's not recommended, best to use it.
No! It must be defrosted first. Note: ("presser" is spelled "pressure").
no once defrosted it cannot be frozen again i would eat it within 24hrs.