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Frozen chicken and shrimp is already fully cooked. Right?
Dropping it in the fryer is just a way to reheat it. True?

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Terry wrote:

Frozen chicken and shrimp is already fully cooked. Right?
Dropping it in the fryer is just a way to reheat it. True?



Wrong. Cooked chicken and cooked shrimp are fully cooked. Raw
chicken and raw shrimp are raw. Frozen means that they are
frozen, not that they are cooked.
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Frozen chicken and shrimp is already fully cooked. Right?
Dropping it in the fryer is just a way to reheat it. True?


Some are cooked, some are raw. Check the label. I've bought both raw
and cooked frozen shrimp, and chicken, and beef, and...

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Frozen chicken and shrimp is already fully cooked. Right?
Dropping it in the fryer is just a way to reheat it. True?


Read the packaging. Some is, some is not.
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Frozen chicken and shrimp is already fully cooked. Right?
Dropping it in the fryer is just a way to reheat it. True?


On packaged frozen shrimp if it reads CPD it means cooked peeled and
deveined.
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Terry wrote:
Frozen chicken and shrimp is already fully cooked. Right?
Dropping it in the fryer is just a way to reheat it. True?


Read the package. If it's cooked it will say cooked.

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Steve Wertz wrote:
On Wed, 10 Jan 2007 19:53:31 -0500, Terry wrote:

Frozen chicken and shrimp is already fully cooked. Right?
Dropping it in the fryer is just a way to reheat it. True?


Is it Moron Night, or what?

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It may have struck you as a silly question, but for some it may have not
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Steve Wertz wrote:
On Thu, 11 Jan 2007 11:56:58 -0500, Ravenlynne wrote:

Steve Wertz wrote:
On Wed, 10 Jan 2007 19:53:31 -0500, Terry wrote:

Frozen chicken and shrimp is already fully cooked. Right?
Dropping it in the fryer is just a way to reheat it. True?
Is it Moron Night, or what?

It may have struck you as a silly question, but for some it may have not
been. Patience, Iyago.


It was bad timing. I had read about 5 posts in a row that were
just plain ridiculous questions (at least to me). This was #5.

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"Terry" wrote in message
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Frozen chicken and shrimp is already fully cooked. Right?
Dropping it in the fryer is just a way to reheat it. True?


Wrong. Pale chicken is raw, blue shrimp is raw. White chicken is (Usually)
cooked and red shrimp is cooked.




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