Yeti Touch Defrosting Tray

Jan 17, 2018

Category: Gear

Defrosting food in preparation for a meal can take as long, if not longer, than cooking the meal itself. There’s also a myriad of ways to MacGyver the process as well, such as soaking the frozen items in warm water, microwaving them, or even placing them in a warm oven. Well, thanks to the Yeti Touch, defrosting food is now quicker and more straightforward than ever.

Dubbed the Defrosting Tray, this state-of-the-art device is designed to defrost frozen meats and veggies up to two-times faster than standard defrosting processes. Basically, the Multifunctional Defrosting Tray is made from FDA food-grade aerospace aluminum that works to pull the chill away from your frozen food items and siphons all resulting water into a catch-all tray underneath to facilitate an easy clean-up. No batteries or electricity needed. You can even use the tray as a cutting board after everything been sufficiently thawed. Available now for reservation on Kickstarter.

Kickstarter: $34+

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