by 42turtle
Futurama Fry - Hey there, professional food person here (including food safety instruction), there is some good advice in this thread and some bad advice in this thread. Best/safest ways to thaw things, in order: 1. Put it in the fridge 1-3 days in advance (depending on size of the frozen item) of when you need it. The food is never exposed to the "temperature danger zone" and should be totally safe to cook/eat. This is the safest method, but requires planning ahead, so might not be great if you don't plan out your meals for the whole week in advance, or if you need more food than you had planned. 2. Thaw under cold running water, in the process u/Bangersss has described. It is important Hey there, professional food person here (including food safety instruction), there is some good advice in this thread and some bad advice in this thread. Best/safest ways to thaw things, in order: 1. Put it in the fridge 1-3 days in advance (depending on size of the frozen item) of when you need it. The food is never exposed to the "temperature danger zone" and should be totally safe to cook/eat. This is the safest method, but requires planning ahead, so might not be great if you don't plan out your meals for the whole week in advance, or if you need more food than you had planned. 2. Thaw under cold running water, in the process u/Bangersss has described. It is important

Hey there, professional food person here (including food safety instruction), there is some good advice in this thread and some bad advice in this thread. Best/safest ways to thaw things, in order: 1. Put it in the fridge 1-3 days in advance (depending on size of the frozen item) of when you need it. The food is never exposed to the "temperature danger zone" and should be totally safe to cook/eat. This is the safest method, but requires planning ahead, so might not be great if you don't plan out your meals for the whole week in advance, or if you need more food than you had planned. 2. Thaw under cold running water, in the process u/Bangersss has described. It is important Hey there, professional food person here (including food safety instruction), there is some good advice in this thread and some bad advice in this thread. Best/safest ways to thaw things, in order: 1. Put it in the fridge 1-3 days in advance (depending on size of the frozen item) of when you need it. The food is never exposed to the "temperature danger zone" and should be totally safe to cook/eat. This is the safest method, but requires planning ahead, so might not be great if you don't plan out your meals for the whole week in advance, or if you need more food than you had planned. 2. Thaw under cold running water, in the process u/Bangersss has described. It is important - Futurama Fry

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