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    Quote Originally Posted by ceecee View Post
    There is no need to defrost a roast prior to putting it in the oven.
    Really? Even when its rock solid? Regardless, I Barbecue enough where I like to defrost a tritip roast and my barbecue is not one to do those completely frozen and it makes it easier to quckly marinate or rub. (perhaps planning ahead so I will have enough time is my real problem ;-) )
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    Yeah, I could see not having to defrost a roast.. it's a low temperature thing, and the aim is gelatinizing all that connective tissue and fat for moisture, so if you have a fatty enough cut, it won't be ever be 'dry'. /roast theory

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    Quote Originally Posted by spamtar View Post
    Really? Even when its rock solid? Regardless, I Barbecue enough where I like to defrost a tritip roast and my barbecue is not one to do those completely frozen and it makes it easier to quckly marinate or rub. (perhaps planning ahead so I will have enough time is my real problem ;-) )
    Actually anything I'm grilling, be it steaks or beef and lamb chunks for kebabs, chicken, I like to freeze it in the marinade. Small things like chicken breasts or steaks I will defrost and they marinate as they thaw. It's a very good time saving method and they taste great. I can grab a bag of whatever in the morning, stick it in the fridge and all I have to do for dinner is put it on the grill.
    I like to rock n' roll all night and *part* of every day. I usually have errands... I can only rock from like 1-3.

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    I will be that guy and say, you can cook in a microwave...but is it the best choice?

    Probably not, not only from taste standards.

    The high heat generated from a microwave also has potential to alter the chemical structure of the food.

    Not good. When in doubt, do what nature will agree with.

    Because you can fight nature...but will never win.

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