We’ve all been there before, preparing for a big family dinner when you go to grab the turkey, only to find out it was never defrosted. So, you rush to get the turkey out, run it under water, wait, leave it in a bag in hot water, er, there’s nothing really to do.
Frozen meat like that takes so long to defrost that if you forget to do it, you’re really just out of luck. There is no good way of defrosting meat fast, sadly. This new defrosting tray claims that it can defrost a frozen steak in 10-12 minutes, while normal defrosting time would be 25+ minutes. Frozen chicken? Well, Yeti Touch also claims that it can defrost that in 14-16 minutes versus the normal 30 minutes required.