If longer than 24 hours, what is the best way to defrost it quicker?
Since there are no real dangerous ingredients, why not just leave it out over night on the counter?
Is it in a ball, or flattened? If flattened it will take less than an hour on the counter, of not... How big of a ball are we talking? Why does it have to be in the fridge?
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