Does Freezing Kill Salmonella?

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The actual freezing of salmonella does not kill it but it does stop the growth of the bacteria. It also depends on what kind of food it is because the bacteria can grow in certain foods after it has been defrosted so it is not really recommended to freeze with the intent to kill salmonella. Cooking is a more reliable way of killing salmonella but if a food product has salmonella in it, it is strongly recommended to just not eat it altogether. Cases of salmonella vary in severity but none of them are fun to deal with so it is best to probably not eat food or fruits that have salmonella bacteria in it.
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