Yeah.. Theoretically, it's like the fresh meat. The same with the fruits, vegetables, etc. If you froze them, they keep their state
I really wouldn't think so, because it would somehow lose some of it's freshness when it's frozen.
Yes . Because they freeze the meat fresh after they slaughter it.
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