QUESTION ON CHICKEN

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Not sure what you mean air thawed and ice thawed?

If you have frozen chicken and want to thaw it out the best practice would be to store it in a cooler in a proper location to thaw out. If you need it sooner run it under cold water.
 
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I'm waiting for the punchline....

...something something why ice thawed....cross the road....
 
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'What are environments that show the right and wrong way to prevent a higher bacteria count?"
I'll take Basic Food Handling Safety for $300, Alex......"
 
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peachcreek...be nice....
To answer your question. thawing a chicken at room temperature is not safe. In 40 minutes, bacteria can form. I don't understand the term "ice thaw" but an alternative to thawing is to place the chicken in a bowl in the sink and run cold water over it. In 40 minutes it will have started to thaw somewhat.
 
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Just put the chicken in the fridge two days or so before you need to use it. It will thaw safely and you will be good to go. Make sure the chicken is in a zip lock bag or something similar.

Cheers!
 
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