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- June 15, 2006 at 12:54 pm #250751Guest
Definitely get an upright!! With the chest freezers you wind up standing on
you head trying to get to the items on the bottom and thusly you tend to notuse the stuff on the bottom. JMHO (my mom has a had a chest since I lived
at home and that happened to us. I have an upright, frost free and I LOVE
it!! Mine has 2 wire drawers on the bottom to store loose small items in.It also has door shelves. I can’t remember off the top of my head but I
believe it is a Fridigidaire. It doesn’t have all the bells and whistles of
alarms and such. It does vacuum seal itself when you close the door so ithas a good tight seal. Saves food and energy! 🙂 You can also lock the
door. I guess that is a good feature if you put it on the back porch to
keep kids and thieves out?I mostly use mine to bulk buy. I buy frozen veggies on sale, and gallons of
milk when it goes on a good sale. I don’t do much OAMC but it is nice to
have that space to put extra portions in when I make double batches ofwhatever. I also store my extra baking supplies in there like flour, nuts
and candy/chocolate chips. I have found the prepackaged shredded cheese
freezes and thaws well. I also like having a manageable fridge freezer. Ipull in from the big freezer the items I’ll need for the weeks meals to keep
them handy. This just keeps my “inside” freezer nice and clean. 🙂
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