I recently moved, and during the process I stored some things (canned soup for one) in a non temperature-controlled storage unit. As you know this winter has been science fiction cold, and the cans froze.
A while after the move, I decided to have some soup. It had been more than enough time for it to thaw, and the can wasn't cold. However when I dumped it out, the consistency was was ... well ... wrong. It was sort of like refried beans - but imagine that the refried beans had been left out for awhile and they had dry patches throughout, and then imagine somebody mixed in cottage cheese and sour milk and then blended it with maggots. It was kind of like that.
There was no danger of me eating it, and I didn't connect to the freezing immediately, but it has happened again.
Can anyone explain, or bare witness to, this horrifying soup behavior.