No! Freeze once only, you can cook a batch of meals and then freeze and take out when needed. always best to let chicken defrost before cooking also. P.Living on my ownsome, most supermarket meat packets contain to much meat for me to eat in one go, so I split the packs to eat half now and freeze the remainder for a later meal.
So I did this with some chicken breasts and froze the remaining. A couple of weeks later I used those remaining chicken breasts to make a large pot of curry, but once again, it was to much, so I split it into portion sizes and put them into those plastic Chinese food type containers with lids and put them in the freezer.
They had been frozen about a week, I defrosted one for dinner last night and it tasted great, but I've had the trots all day today.
Thinking about it, I split the chicken breasts, froze half them, then defrosted them and cooked them and then froze them again, after cooking them first. Then defrosted it and ate it.
Does this count, as they say, don't re freeze food that's already been frozen, even tho I cooked it after defrosting it the first time?
Eg mycotoxins, found in mouldy bread - they can spread to unmouldy areas so cutting off that first slice might not help. Also microwaves are weird in that they irradiate areas of food rather than the entirety of the food. Ie you’d have areas that might be bacteria/toxin free but some which still aren’t. To eradicate all bacteria/toxins in a microwave I’d imagine the food would resemble a charcoal briquetteIt might not just be bacteria (that will be killed by proper hearing) that you should worry about. Toxins that could have been produced by bacteria will remain after heating and can make you ill.
I read that NHS webpage, very informative.