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#1 of 2 Old 11-03-2007, 11:41 AM - Thread Starter
 
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We get our beef from a local organic pasture-raised farm. We split a side with a friend every so often, and so have a freezer full of all kinds of different cuts and a bunch of packets of ground. It's fantastic!!!

What I was wondering... is it okay to take frozen beef, thaw it, cook it up in a dish, then freeze that dish?

What about frozen chicken, or frozen veggies, frozen chickpeas?

I know that in general you aren't supposed to re-freeze something that has thawed. But what about if it's cooked first? Is it still not to be re-frozen or is it completely different?

It would be nice if I could make up larger batches of some dishes and freeze leftovers, or make in advance to freeze, etc.

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Yes I do that all the time.

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