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added 12 months ago

Hi there! When the breast feels fully pliable/flexible it's defrosted—when you press into the breast it should feel soft and you shouldn't come up anything solid parts (unless you're talking bone). Change the water out frequently while you defrost—once it gets really, really chilly, replace with new cold water.

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added 12 months ago

and I'd take it out of the bag.

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added 12 months ago

I have done this a few times, warm slowly and it will be fine.

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