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What happens if you defrost shrimp in warm water?

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Resist using warm water because the shrimp will defrost unevenly and this can cause the shrimp to also cook unevenly if the outside seems defrosted but the inside isn't. Also, like most seafood, shrimp is highly perishable and you want them to stay cold right up to the time when you cook them.

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