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- June 15, 2006 at 12:54 pm #250749Guest
I have had both and definitely prefer an upright and not frost free.
We started out with a 13 cf upright, not frost free. Somewhere alongthe way we out grew it and got a 33 cf upright, not frost free. Loved
it but had to leave it behind when we moved. We now live in a log
house built in 1836 and the doorways are to small to get it in. Webought an old chest at auction for $30 that had belonged to hubby’s
grandmother. I hated it! I didn’t freeze as many meals and dreaded
having to retrieve things. I have been use to a very organized freezerand found it harder with the chest. If I put all the same things
together I couldn’t get to everything. If I mix and match so I can get
to things I lost count of what I had, especially if someone else wasnice enough to get it out for me but didn’t mark it off the list. We
were given a small upright but it was frost free and I didn’t like it
either. Had trouble with freezer burn. We used those two for the past7 years until I was able to get a 15 cf upright, not frost free. If
you keep it full and organized so you don’t spend too much time with
the door open you don’t have to defrost very often. I always defrostin May and November.
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