Edibility of frozen blended chicken and vegetable smoothie

by Noppawee Apichonpongpan   Last Updated October 08, 2019 11:17 AM - source

I boil an eclectic mix of vegetables and some chicken breast (I boil the vegetables and chicken breast separately) then blend everything together in a blender (using water from boiling the vegetables plus some more water). I then pour this smoothie into a Tupperware container and put it in the freezer. My questions are:

  1. If after X days, I put my Tupperware container with my frozen smoothie inside the microwave and heat it until it's not frozen (but still cold), will my smoothie still be edible? How high can X be (for how many days can I keep my smoothie frozen before it spoils)?

  2. If the answer to 1. is 'yes', approximately for how long will my smoothie be edible? i.e. If I defrost my smoothie in the morning (using a microwave) so that it's a cold liquid then put it in the fridge, will my smoothie still be edible 12 hours later?

  3. What could compromise the edibility and the nutrients/enzymes content of my smoothie?

Note that I do not care about taste or texture. Also note that I will not be re-freezing anything defrosted.



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