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I have a turkey outside fully wrapped for five days it was frozen to start, will it still be OK to eat.

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I wouldnt eat it

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SOURCE: Butter frozen left in freezer 3 days is it ok if refrozen and then took it out to eat

If the butter has been frozen and defrosted, I would not re-freeze, just use it now.

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Butter frozen left in freezer 3 days is it ok if refrozen and then took it out to eat


If the butter has been frozen and defrosted, I would not re-freeze, just use it now.

Feb 07, 2018 | Refrigerators

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on Jul 09, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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How long does a 16lb turkey need to defrost in the refrigerator?


According to the USDA, when thawing your turkey in the refrigerator, you'll need to allow 24 hours for every four to five pounds. Don't bother with the math-here's a table: 4 to 12 pounds: 1-3 days. 12 to 16 pounds: 3-4 days.14 Aug 2012

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Nov 21, 2016 | Refrigerators

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The label on my frozen turkey says it is good till March of 2016 does this mean even if its thawed it will still be good till that date?


Hi Ronnie:
- If it has been sitting unfrozen in your fridge for more than 2 days I'd personally not be eating it.
- Likewise, if you cook it, it should be eaten right away.
- Re-freezing uncooked is not considered safe food protocol.
- Freezing cooked in serving size portions and only thawing when you're going to heat and eat is usually safe.
Hope this helps.

Nov 14, 2015 | Toys

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I need to know it okay to eat a ham that been in the freeze for a year I got from a job I never open it up I just put in the freeze how long before it not any good to eat


If it has been frozen the entire time it should be safe to eat. Most anything that has been continually frozen should be safe to eat if cooked and eaten soon after thawing it out. Bacteria is what spoils anything and bacteria cannot multiply in a frozen environment. Depending on what it is,how long it was frozen and whether or not it was exposed to air while being frozen will determine whether or not there is an undesirable change to the taste, color or texture.
The best (safest) way to thaw anything out would be slowly in a properly working and set refrigerator.
Your ham should be OK,especially if it was frozen in its original plastic packaging without being opened or exposed to air before freezing. I have eaten previously frozen hams and turkeys (in their original packaging) that were in my freezer a lot longer than one year... and I never noticed any difference in taste.

Nov 14, 2015 | Home

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Is it okay to freeze Boar's Head turkey and ham after they've been sliced?


Yes, as long as it hasn't been sitting out in the warmth too long, bacteria can grow under those conditions. If it's fine you can freeze it, but take care to wrap it so that it is air tight, otherwise it will freezer burn. After freezing it might not be *quite* as tasty as when brought home from the deli, but it will still be good.

Dec 23, 2013 | Freezers

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How to defrost a frozen turkey


The evening of the 21st of December, it needs 3 days to thaw in a refrigerator.

Dec 20, 2013 | Refrigerators

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