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    Freezing meat can slow down the growth of bacteria, including E. coli, but it doesn’t necessarily kill all of them. Some bacteria can survive freezing temperatures and may become active again once the meat is thawed. Therefore, it’s essential to cook meat thoroughly to ensure that any harmful bacteria, including E. coli, are destroyed before consumption.

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