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Is it dangerous to eat canned crab meat when it is frozen?

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Yes, it is dangerous. Cook it first.

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Yes, it is perfectly safe to eat canned crab meat without cooking it, normally it is already cooked ahead of time when canned.


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Refreezing crab meat after it has thawed is not recommended. It may alter the texture and taste of the meat.


If its the day of the expiration date yes but not after.


The recommendation is that frozen crab be used up within 2 months. If it smells odd or freezer burned, throw it away.


Some canned meat has been found to contain heavy metals. It can come from an unlined can. It can also come from a heavily contaminated body of water.


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Some canned foods are pasteurized and some are not. For example, crab meat in a can is pasteurized, while peas are not.


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Be sure to thaw, and then fully cook the meat. This should rid the meat of unwanted bacteria.


If you are talking about shelf stable canned crab meat, the date on the can is likely the 'best by' date and not an expiration. If the can is unopened, has been stored properly and is not swollen or damaged, it is likely safe to eat, but the palatability of the crab meat will deteriorate over time. The processor will not guarantee the product beyond the recommended 'use by' date.


No, the meat is not pasteurized. Crab meat is very delicate, it will compromise the flavor and over all integrity of the meat to heat it to those temperatures for that amount of time. The crab meat may or may not be pastuerized. Even if it is pastuerized that is not a sterile process, there could be microorganisms in the product that could be harmful to your health. Best bet is to buy another can and keep it refrigerated.


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yes you can eat I'm imitation crab meat if you are allergic to real!


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yes but at a risk if it has meat in it like don't eat canned meat simple as that


Canned meat has the same ingredients today as it did in the 1800's, water, salt and pepper.


Crab meat is white. The red on the outside of the cooked meat comes from the shell which turns red when it is cooked.


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