I'm considering buying a bunch of meat and veggies to freeze for the winter so that I don't have to go shopping as much. Paleo people, especially equatorial ones, did not freeze food. But that doesn't necessarily matter.
I've never seen anything significant about frozen meat detriments. Are there any? Frozen veggies can have greater nutrient content than their "fresh" counterparts, but I'm not sure about meat. Specifically, how do these components react to being frozen then thawed: fatty acids, amino acids, vitamins, minerals.
Maybe we want some nutrients from animals to be more "alive" when we eat them? We can't thaw cybernetically frozen humans because of cell wall damage and such, so does that apply to animals? I have no idea what I'm talking about, but please chime in if you do.