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View Poll Results: How do you thaw your frozen meat? Check ALL that apply!
In refrigerator 31 88.57%
In sink with hot water. 6 17.14%
In sink with running cold water 20 57.14%
In microwave 14 40.00%
Wrapped, on clean cutting board or counter overnight 5 14.29%
In front seat of car on hot summer day 1 2.86%
Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 35. You may not vote on this poll

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Unread 10-27-2007, 08:06 AM   #16
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ok have you ever seen that black thawing board it really works and works well you can find them at wallyworld i find it cuts the time in about half
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Unread 10-28-2007, 05:28 AM   #17
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[quote=FatBoyz;487368]ok have you ever seen that black thawing board it really works and works well you can find them at wallyworld i find it cuts the time in about half[/quote


What are they? I have never heard of them, tell me more.
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I believe FatBoyz is referring to something like:

http://cgi.ebay.com/Miracle-Thaw-as-...QQcmdZViewItem

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http://cctkr.en.ec21.com/
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I have let stuff sit in the sink in water overnight then put in fridge next morning.
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I think that they are probably made of a good conducting material and they basically work the opposite of an insulator. That would be my guess anyway.
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Here's my answer.



Let's you thaw and cook at the same time.
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But you would have to use pellets in that cooker!
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I put a frozen chicken in the sink late last nite to thaw. Inlaws love my weber rotisserie chicken. Cut open the bag this morning, and was hit by a smell. Didn't smell bad, but it didn't smell good either. Whole chickens are only a couple a bucks at Staters right now so I tossed it.

Better safe than sorry right?(We don't need sick inlaws)
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I put a frozen chicken in the sink late last nite to thaw. Inlaws love my weber rotisserie chicken. Cut open the bag this morning, and was hit by a smell. Didn't smell bad, but it didn't smell good either. Whole chickens are only a couple a bucks at Staters right now so I tossed it.

Better safe than sorry right?(We don't need sick inlaws)
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Default The Microwave to Defrost

Because of my busy schedule and lack of planning, I almost entirely use the microwave to defrost meat and fish and then immediately cook them. So far, I have experienced no illness, just tasty food. I found that if I use the refrigerator to defrost, something comes up in my schedule, and the meat I refrigerated ends up sitting there for a few days -- which results in me throwning that expensive cut away -- thus -- the microwave.
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Thanks! Good stuff..
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In grade school they taught us that when you put ice in a glass of tap water it will register 32 degrees until all of the ice is melted and only when it is melted will the water temperature begin to rise above 32 degrees.
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