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Is it necessary to thaw meat or fish before cooking?

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No, meat and fish can be cooked from the frozen state if extra cooking time is allowed. The amount of time will depend on the size and shape of the cut. Large frozen roasts can take as much as 11/2 times as long to cook as unfrozen cuts of the same weight and shape. Small roasts and thin cuts such as steaks and chops require less time. Source: Original FAQ posted at http://128.192.83.157/faq/FAQ_home.php

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