Can oysters be frozen?

Answer Shucked oysters can be frozen in rigid, airtight plastic containers. The oysters should be covered with their liquor (liquid found inside the shell) with at least half an inch of extra space in the... Read More »

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Can shucked oysters be frozen?

You can freeze shucked oysters, but there are some tricks to keeping them fresh-tasting. Soak them in liquor to avoid freezer burn. Add water until the oysters are completely covered and label each... Read More »

Can fresh oysters be frozen?

It is safe to freeze fresh oysters. Fresh cooked oysters will stay good in the freezer for three months. Fresh live oysters will keep for two to three months in the freezer, and fresh shucked oyste... Read More »

How many pounds of frozen meat or frozen veggies should you calculate per cubic foot when buying a chest freezer?

Answer In weight of water calculations there's 62.3 pounds for every cubic foot. My best advice would be to use those calculations in determining what size to buy. Answer 35 pounds per cubic foot o... Read More »

Is it true you shouldn't eat meat if it's been frozen, defrosted, and then frozen again?

There are two concerns with refreezing meat. The first is safety. If the meat has thawed in a refrigerator, then it’s okay to refreeze. In terms of other methods, make sure it doesn’t sit in th... Read More »