Good Chows frozen beef will be delivered to your home conveniently packed in a frozen container. Upon delivery, frozen beef should be stored in the freezer.
Refrigerator thawing - The easiest way to thaw your steaks is to put them in the refrigerator overnight. This is the safest way to thaw food, and it allows the steaks to retain all of its natural juices, which are essential for exceptional flavor. We do not recommend thawing steaks at room temperature or under hot water.
Quick cold water thawing - Do you want your steaks ready to be cooked within 30 minutes and can't wait for the fridge to work it's magic?
No problem. Put your vacuum-packed steaks in cold water for about 15 - 30 minutes or until completely thawed.
Note that the vacuum-package sometimes might leak while the product is thawing due to small pinholes that can occur during freezing or shipping. As long as the beef remains frozen and was refrigerated while thawing, there is no concern; however, we recommend using a baking dish or pan to catch fluids.
Keep in mind that the steaks should be brought to room temperature from the refrigerator about 1 hour before cooking.