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Many people love to eat chicken. It can be used in soups, barbecues, salad, and is very delicious. But there's one type of chicken you can't eat: frozen chicken that's past its sell-by date. When meat thaws after its sell-by date, the temperature rises and the damaged tissue cells ooze a lot of protein and water, making it a haven for nourish bacteria. Bacteria will break down protein and fat in meat, producing a large number of harmful substances to human body. People are likely to get food poisoning after eating it, with symptoms such as vomiting, nausea and loose bowels.
In fact, we all know that expired meat should not be eaten, but some people do not know how long frozen meat will expire, let me tell you now.The frozen shelf life of fresh chicken and duck (whole uncut) is 8-10 months. Refrigerated shelf life: 3-5 days. When you find that the color of the meat has darkened, the surface is sticky, and there is a bad smell, it means that the expiration date has passed, and you should stop eating it.
So how do you store chicken for a longer shelf life? Put fresh absorbent pad on the front of storage.The function of the absorbent pad is:Absorb excess blood or residual liquid to extend the freshness period and ensure product quality.
Demi brand’s absorbent pads are of better quality than other absorbent pads
1. After the blood water is absorbed, the gel is locked in the absorbent pad and will not reverse osmosis.
2, water absorption pad is very tough.
3. The four sides are tightly sealed and the particles can not leak out