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Either you've insulated it or your fridge is really cold. I suggest using a thermometer to check your fridge temperature. Parts of your fridge may be at slightly different temperatures than other parts; it may help to move it to a warmer part of the fridge (if that can be done safely, you don't want it dripping on your produce, for example). You could use ...
Other possibile reasons are. 1- the meat has a different water content than usual (you buy the same packet but they change suppliers), or/and 2- pick and save just got it from the storage freezer (-30C to the shop floor freezers (-18C) when you got it home it was still super frozen and it's going to take longer to thaw.
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