Beware of dangers lurking in re-frozen food

Beware of dangers lurking in re-frozen food

By Bob Difley

To be sure your refrigerator’s freezer is working properly, put an ice cube in a small cup in the freezer and look at it whenever you open the freezer door. If all is well, the cube will stay in its original form. However, if the freezer has quit for a period or is not working properly, the cube will have melted and you will have a frozen puddle instead of a cube.

If that happens, check your food. It’s not a good idea to re-freeze once-frozen food or even eat it due to spoilage if unthawed for awhile. It does not take long for a warmed freezer to breed microorganisms that multiply while the freezer is warm.

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