Asked by: Edelvina Candamioasked in category: General Last Updated: 12th January, 2020
At what temp will canned goods freeze?
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Regarding this, is it bad if canned goods freeze?
If home or commercially canned foods freeze, they are still safe to eat IF the seal (or seam of the can) is not broken. When commercially canned foods freeze, the food inside expands and the can may bulge or even burst. Thaw frozen canned goods slowly; a refrigerator is an ideal place to thaw such foods.
Additionally, can canned goods be stored in heat? Yes, heat is the enemy of all canned goods. Food stored in cans will spoil quickly if exposed to high temperatures, especially over 95 degrees F. It's best to store all your food in a temperature controlled environment that is kept at or below 70 degrees F.
In this regard, will canned food freeze and explode?
The liquid inside canned goods expands when frozen, causing cans to crack or explode. Transfer canned goods to airtight, freezer-safe containers if you need to freeze whatever is inside.
Are eggs OK if they freeze?
According to the USDA: "Shell eggs should not be frozen. If an egg accidentally freezes and the shell cracked during freezing, discard the egg. Keep any uncracked eggs frozen until needed; then thaw in the refrigerator. These can be hard cooked successfully but other uses may be limited.