Yes, you can refreeze thawed food — and 9 other freezer myths, busted

Yes, you can refreeze thawed food — and 9 other freezer myths, busted

11/28/2020 1:21:00 AM

Yes, you can refreeze thawed food — and 9 other freezer myths, busted

From pasta sauce to poultry, here's how to keep frozen food safe to eat and delicious.

Make sure that frozen foods are wrapped well or in a tightly sealed container. And make sure to keep them cold."Your frozen foods will keep their quality longer if they are kept in the coldest part of the freezer, such as the bottom or the back of the freezer," said Stack."The side door storage areas usually get a little warmer so the food might soften or start to defrost."

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7. What foods should I never freeze?While you can safely freeze any food, some foods just don't freeze well. Stack's"don't freeze" list includes salad greens, meat salads made with mayonnaise (e.g. chicken salad), whole eggs and egg yolks and custard pies. So you're gonna have to eat that whole custard pie (or keep it in your fridge for up to five days). While you can freeze milk and cheese,"they may have some changes in their texture," said Stack.

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