Can You Refreeze Ground Beef?

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You can refreeze ground beef under certain conditions. If it is freshly home from the store, and it has been thawed in the refrigerator, it can be refrozen within one to two days. After it has been cooked, it can be frozen to be reused later.
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You can refreeze ground beef, however, you might lose some moisture due to the defrosting process. If the meat was bought and frozen, then thawed out, as long as it has been properly handled you can refreeze it. Cooked ground beef can also be refrozen if it has been handled correctly. For more information, click here:
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