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Soup Accidentially Frozen In Can

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Soup Accidentially Frozen In Can

Postby Yuli » Sun Dec 11, 2016 10:23 am

I left 5 cans of Progresso soup in the trunk of my car and it is now frozen.  Can I still us them, or should I throw them out.
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Soup Accidentially Frozen In Can

Postby Jarin » Sun Dec 11, 2016 3:39 pm

Hi Bill,

The recommendation for frozen can goods is that they are considered still safe to eat IF the seam of the can is not broken. I suggest thawing the cans in the refrigerator on a tray so that you can monitor if there are any leaks in the cans.  If you notice any leakage..discard the cans. Once defrosted, I suggest you use these 5 cans as soon as possible, as the quality of the soups will deteriorate quickly.

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Soup Accidentially Frozen In Can

Postby Thorndike » Mon Dec 12, 2016 2:53 pm

I left 5 cans of Progresso soup in the trunk of my car and it is now frozen.  Can I still us them, or should I throw them out.
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