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There is sharp increase in air temperature during defrost and a relatively slow recovery of temperature after defrost because the coils were defrosted simultaneously and the heat loads on the coolstore continue during defrost.
It warns that turkey should be defrosted thoroughly, as otherwise it may not cook evenly and harmful bacteria could survive the cooking process.
An ingenious system of moving doors enables each of the evaporators to be defrosted one by one.
Product stops freezing when it passes a coil that is being defrosted. If the freezing was incomplete at that point, the product may partially thaw, then clump together when it hits the next operational coil.
Defrosting should be done in the fridge if possible (or somewhere cool, if not) and separated from other foods, in a dish or container large enough to catch any defrosted juices.
The traybakes are available in individual trays of 16 (4 x 4), with a 7 day defrosted shelf life.
The bloke phoned to confirm a delivery date and said: "You will make sure the old one is defrosted, won''t you?
Cook for 10 minutes until a lovely sauce has appeared and all the fruit has defrosted.
With some products, a manufacturer might decide that the food will be of a better quality if it is defrosted before cooking.
Fresh or defrosted food is then steam cooked to retain vitamins and minerals.
All Sheer Indulgence dessert sauces are frozen and packed in 12 x 60g sachets for individual portion control, and can be defrosted in the microwave before heating, or heated from frozen in a pan of boiling water or bain marie.
Swalec energy efficiency manager Andrew Lloyd said: 'A freezer that hasn't been defrosted for ages probably isn't working to its maximum effectiveness and could be costing more to run.'
Yet there it is, sitting in front of me on the table in plastic, hexagonal packages, just defrosted after weeks in the freezer.
Frozen blocks can be defrosted without cutting into production time, thanks to new technology from Heinen Freezing GmbH, shown at this year's Anuga FoodTec in Cologne April 8-11.
A spokeswoman for Warwickshire Police said: 'Car thieves don't want to go to the trouble of breaking into a garage to steal a car and will take advantage of cars being defrosted on these cold mornings.
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