Cutting frozen meat requires a lot of extra effort, but if you submerge it in water, it might become less difficult for you. However, using a regular kitchen knife to cut the meat while it's frozen and solid is impossible if you don't have the time. Put on your gloves before beginning to cut the frozen meat because it is very hard and you never know when the knife will fumble and hurt you. The metal glove will protect you from this if it does. These gloves are very simple to find in any local or online retailer. It's time to cut the frozen meat right now. Put the knife's cutting edge on the frozen meat while holding it firmly in your dominant hand. This can be used to cut the frozen meat's bones as well as the large pieces of frozen meat. When you are certain that everything is under your control and that you have the ability to cut the knife's control, begin pushing the butcher's knife up and down. Because frozen meat is extremely tough and even a little bit can get you into trouble, use the proper amount of pressure when cutting it. Continue moving at the same speed, and you will soon have the bigger pieces of your frozen piece. Now that the knife blade is on the frozen meat, keep all of your fingers far away from the edge because it could cut you. You can now cut frozen meat after plugging in the cord. Press the start button and only slightly press the knife at this point. With an electric knife, solid meat can be easily cut into both large and small pieces. However, as we've already mentioned, take care to hold it carefully and keep your fingers away from it because one serious error could spell big trouble for you. When using an electric knife, the blade may occasionally not cut all the way through the knife. To entirely cut the meat, turn the knife around and then cut from the opposite side.