Defrosting Tofu

I've seen several posts and articles lately lauding the virtues of freezing tofu. So, I stuck a package of tofu in the freezer about a month ago. Now that I want to use it, I went back and realized the tofu is supposed to be drained before freezing. So, what's the best way to defrost? Just stick it in the fridge overnight, then drain as normal? Or is there some way to drain it as I defrost? Or any good way to cook it frozen, because I'm lazy?

 
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