“Turn into toxins”..Discovery of foodstuffs that are not recommended to be frozen • Al-Marsad Newspaper

Al-Marsad Newspaper – Agencies: The “gazeta.ru” website revealed food products that cannot be frozen, because they turn into toxins after being frozen.

And food products that are not recommended to be frozen, because they lose their validity and their appearance and taste change, although they do not lose their benefits, such as cucumbers, cabbage, zucchini, potatoes, leafy vegetables, lettuce, milk and yogurt. Because these materials contain a high percentage of water, when they are dissolved, they turn into gruel, and their taste changes.

The materials that turn into toxins after freezing are:

eggs

1 – Eggs – Expert Sergey Lapatin points out that egg whites expand when frozen and cause cracks in the shell, through which microbes and bacteria can enter. Therefore, if the eggs must be frozen, the yolks and whites must be mixed and placed in a special container that is completely closed. They can also be frozen separately.

soft cheese

2 – Soft cheese (non-solid cheese), when this type of cheese is frozen, its properties, taste and quality change and under the influence of low temperatures it cracks and becomes a breeding ground for bacteria.

3 – It is never recommended to re-freeze the materials a second time: meat of all kinds, fish of all kinds, because in this case pathological bacteria multiply, and the protein in the meat loses its usefulness in the event of re-freezing.

The correct duration of freezing

And it is advisable to keep frozen products for different periods: fruits – 9-12 months; cooked dishes – 1-3 months; vegetables- 3-12 months; Pastries – 1-3 months.

Produce must be washed and dried before freezing, and placed in bags and containers; And they must be ripe, put with a pungent odor, in two bags or special containers.

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