Can you eat raw frozen scallops?

Chef's answer
There's no (good) reason why you can't still eat them raw. It sounds like you did a very good job of freezing them so they'll still be in good shape when defrosted, so they're probably OK, but try one first before committing to that plan and have the pasta ready.25 Mar 2016
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