What's the difference between "thaw" and "defrost"?

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ANSWER #1 of 4

Its the same thing


ANSWER #2 of 4

When something thaws, it's a slow, natural, and gradual process. To defrost something, you use something to accelerate the process to make it "un-frozen" like a microwave for example.

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ANSWER #3 of 4

Not really a difference it's just like bake and roast it's the same thing pretty much.

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ANSWER #4 of 4

To thaw something is to take the time to get it to room temp by moving from freezer to fridge to room taking a few days. To defrost something is to thaw it fast, by running a frozen package under warm water ot putting it in the microwave.

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