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Kev hinted at the answerKev hinted at the answer -- warm the middle of the tub:

Take a few metal table knives (fully metal, not with plastic or wooden handles), warm them slightly (eg, dip in hot water, then dry them off), and then push them into the block. This allows for conduction through the knives into the middle of the frozen mass.

(although, I admit, I've never done this ... I just use Ocassi's methodOcassi's method, as I don't want to re-freeze it each time I take a serving from it)

Kev hinted at the answer -- warm the middle of the tub:

Take a few metal table knives (fully metal, not with plastic or wooden handles), warm them slightly (eg, dip in hot water, then dry them off), and then push them into the block. This allows for conduction through the knives into the middle of the frozen mass.

(although, I admit, I've never done this ... I just use Ocassi's method, as I don't want to re-freeze it each time I take a serving from it)

Kev hinted at the answer -- warm the middle of the tub:

Take a few metal table knives (fully metal, not with plastic or wooden handles), warm them slightly (eg, dip in hot water, then dry them off), and then push them into the block. This allows for conduction through the knives into the middle of the frozen mass.

(although, I admit, I've never done this ... I just use Ocassi's method, as I don't want to re-freeze it each time I take a serving from it)

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Kev hinted at the answer -- warm the middle of the tub:

Take a few metal table knives (fully metal, not with plastic or wooden handles), warm them slightly (eg, dip in hot water, then dry them off), and then push them into the block. This allows for conduction through the knives into the middle of the frozen mass.

(although, I admit, I've never done this ... I just use Ocassi's method, as I don't want to re-freeze it each time I take a serving from it)