|Quoting Klaus (Reply 4):|
As far as I remember, it is primarily because some of the substances contained in certain ingredients are chemically altered in the heating-cooling-reheating cycle and can become really unhealty after the second heating.
|Quoting WSOY (Reply 7):|
A bit vague, wouldn't you say?
|Quoting WSOY (Reply 7):|
My understanding on the matter is simply that if the first heating has been even marginally inadequate for some reason, when the foodstuff is cooled down, any trace bacteria left will have had a good feast by the 2nd heating.
|Quoting TWFirst (Reply 10):
|Quoting DeltaDC9 (Reply 5):|
Heat breaks down the molecules in a similar way as saliva and stomach acid, from complex to simple.
|Quoting WSOY (Reply 12):|
'm afraid my American experience is limited to a 1984 visit to upstate N.Y. and the province of Quebec. But I'm open to shortlisting Decatur, IL, over my targets in the U.S. if there's demand.
|Quoting IFEMaster (Reply 6):|
My sister had a nasty case of lysteria (sp?) that was traced back to ice cream that melted and was refrozen.
|Quoting RobK (Reply 17):|
am not fussy when it comes to use-by dates etc. For example, even if milk is starting to smell a bit dodgy, if it's still completely in liquid form without any chunks in it then I'll still drink it!
Never had any probs re-freezing or re-heating foods either, although the taste does begin to deteriorate somewhat. I just wondered what all the big fuss was about with them stating don't do this/don't do that etc, but seems to be nothing more than a bit of scare-mongering for those fussy eaters with weak bellies.
|Quoting Braybuddy (Reply 21):|
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