Ive been doing this for years, re-freezing food etc after its been in the car too long, or iv had it in the fridge etc, and im generally one of the healthiest people around (other than my silly lips lol) bar congenital conditions, which don't actually affect me.
So why does all food say once defrosted/thawed, it should not be frozen again.
I understand the logic behind the rule for meat and fish, but pastry and vegetables I can't work out.
Having said that though, it would'nt be the first time id re-frozen meat products, in fact I have done it quite a lot over the years.
Should I be dead by now? Or is this just another "red tape" rule, the same as BBE dates and Use By dates, where the chances are so low of it affecting you in any way, its not even worth thinking about, they just say it so they can't be held liable/to be arses.