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    meteore Guest

    Default FROZEN SOUP REUSE

    Hi,

    I am not a cook, but know how to make a few items, thanks to this
    wonderful web site "cooks.com", where you can find multiple recipies
    for the same food preparation. .

    I recently made a chicken soup and froze it in a few containers and
    left one container unfrozen for use within 24 hours.

    I was told by one person, that after thawing out the frozen soup and
    heating it I could not reheat the unused portion again another day, as
    it could cause stomach problems.

    Is this information correct?

    Today I reheated the unfrozen portion . There is also remains a unused
    portion from the same pot. Can I also reheat this portion again?

    Your input would be welcome.

    Big Rog,

  2. #2
    Melba's Jammin' Guest

    Default Re: FROZEN SOUP REUSE

    In article
    <[email protected]>,
    meteore <[email protected]> wrote:
    > I recently made a chicken soup and froze it in a few containers and
    > left one container unfrozen for use within 24 hours.
    >
    > I was told by one person, that after thawing out the frozen soup and
    > heating it I could not reheat the unused portion again another day, as
    > it could cause stomach problems.
    >
    > Is this information correct?


    No.
    >
    > Today I reheated the unfrozen portion . There is also remains a unused
    > portion from the same pot. Can I also reheat this portion again?


    Yes. I assume you refrigerated the leftover.
    --
    -Barb, Mother Superior, HOSSSPoJ
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    PickyJaz Guest

    Default Re: FROZEN SOUP REUSE

    On Jan 5, 11:43*am, meteore <bigro...@gmail.com> wrote: Snipped
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    > Today I reheated the unfrozen portion . There is also remains a unused
    > portion from the same pot. Can I also reheat this portion again?

    I've been reheating frozen-thawed-refrigerated soups for many years
    without a problem of any sort. Depending on what the soup's contents
    are, there may be different frozen-to-defrost and eat quality issues
    like a pasta somewhat losing original structure and being mushy.
    However there are no "stomach issues" to be concerned with.
    ....Picky

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    Sqwertz Guest

    Default Re: FROZEN SOUP REUSE

    On Tue, 5 Jan 2010 11:43:05 -0800 (PST), meteore wrote:

    > Hi,
    >
    > I am not a cook, but know how to make a few items, thanks to this
    > wonderful web site "cooks.com", where you can find multiple recipies
    > for the same food preparation.


    Oh, god. The worst cooking web site on earth.

    It's so bad I've enetered cookscom into my hosts file with an IP
    address of 127.0.0.1. It's the only domain I've done that for.
    Just so I don't accidentally visit the site.

    -sw

  5. #5
    Omelet Guest

    Default Re: FROZEN SOUP REUSE

    In article
    <[email protected]>,
    PickyJaz <[email protected]> wrote:

    > On Jan 5, 11:43*am, meteore <bigro...@gmail.com> wrote: Snipped
    > most....
    > > Today I reheated the unfrozen portion . There is also remains a unused
    > > portion from the same pot. Can I also reheat this portion again?

    > I've been reheating frozen-thawed-refrigerated soups for many years
    > without a problem of any sort. Depending on what the soup's contents
    > are, there may be different frozen-to-defrost and eat quality issues
    > like a pasta somewhat losing original structure and being mushy.
    > However there are no "stomach issues" to be concerned with.
    > ...Picky


    I generally just freeze soup in single serving portions. There are LOTS
    of sizes to choose from with all those "disposable" freezer containers
    on the market now.

    Alternately, measuring it out into ziplock bags by the cup full and
    freezing it flat works too.
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