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Nine! Oh My!
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Posted to Thread #30581 at 12:16 pm on Nov 8, 2018
I think I would go with a thaw overnight in the fridge to limit sudden change to texture. Although I do think you would be safe with both thawing attempts.
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- deb,just found an answer @ "thekitchn.com". In a nutshell--thaw for 12 hours in the refrigerator ==> - wigs - 7:28pm on 11/08/18
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