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Don't Thaw Your Frozen Steak Before Cooking It

For over 30 years, I've been hearing the line, "So she buys an instant cake, and she burns a frozen steak."

The song, which you have probably heard, focuses on two subjects that I frequently talk about: convenience food and the negative aspects of nuclear families.

Baking mixes and the development of the freezer are two things that helped housewives reduce labour and expenses, even though they couldn't keep late-50s housewives off of valium.

Even if you skip the thawing step and cook the steak straight from frozen, a steak that has been frozen and then cooked won't taste quite as nice as a steak that was cooked as soon as the cow was butchered.

Starting with individual freezing, arrange the steaks on a sheet pan, making sure they don't touch, and freeze them overnight.

If you have the technology, wrap each steak in plastic wrap or vacuum seal it. Next, put the wrapped steaks in a freezer bag and write the date on it (Frog Tape can assist ensure your markings don't freeze off).

If you have the technology, wrap each steak in plastic wrap or vacuum seal it. Next, put the wrapped steaks in a freezer bag and write the date on it (Frog Tape can assist ensure your markings don't freeze off).

There's no need to thaw a frozen steak unless you're using a marinade. Cook's Illustrated found that beef cooked more evenly without thawing.

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