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EdgeStar 1.1 Cu. Ft. Convertible Refrigerator or Freezer
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Sunpentown 2.8 Cu. Ft. Energy Star Upright Freezer - Stainless Steel
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EdgeStar 43 Quart 12V DC Portable Fridge/Freezer
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Haier Compact Mini Freezer
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Store large amounts of frozen foods in an upright freezer. Great for meats, ice creams and other items.
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These units are great for road trips and camping. Portable freezers will keep items cold & some can double as a warmer.
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Koldfront 43 Quart 12V DC Portable Fridge Freezer
Sale Price: $436.05
Avanti 2.1 Cu. Ft. Chest Freezer
Sale Price: $229.00
EdgeStar 80 Quart 12 Volt DC Portable Fridge/Freezer
Sale Price: $645.05
Sunpentown 1.5 Cu. Ft. Upright Compact Freezer - Stainless Steel
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Portable & Compact Freezers Keep Items Cold at Home & On the Road
Many people make the decision, at some point, to purchase a freezer. It may be because the small freezer portion of the refrigerator is no longer big enough to hold all of the frozen items needed. It may also be that purchasing food items is often less expensive in bulk. By owning a separate freezer, bulk food items may be separated and stored for future use. Not only does this save on the cost of higher priced food, many times it helps to save on the cost of gas because of last minute trips to the store as well.
Owning a freezer has given some people the freedom to pre-make their dinners so that they do not have to cook during the week. With enough freezer space, it is possible to store a stack of casserole dishes and bagged soups without having to wonder where one might put other items that need to be frozen as well.
Some also say that even if meals are made in advance and frozen, they are much healthier than pre-packaged meals from the store. Storing your own frozen meals means you can avoid the preservatives that exist in store bought frozen meals. Many also like to make their own freezer meals because they can make the recipes that their families prefers and have them ready to put in the oven at a moments notice.
Owning a freezer also means that individuals save money by purchasing things like meat in bulk, thus reducing the overall cost. It also means that when certain frozen items go on sale, more of the items can be purchased and stored in the freezer for later use.
Another way some make use of their home freezer space is by filling it with home grown produce. By following the right procedures for preparing, cleaning and freezing vegetables and fruits, it is possible to preserve a bountiful harvest by freezing it. Many prefer the taste of frozen home grown food over the taste of bottled or canned fruit or vegetables.
Types of Freezers
Upright freezers are very popular today. They allow individuals to keep a visual account of what types of food items are being stored. Some freezer owners choose to use large plastic containers or tubs in this type of freezer for holding different types of food items. These containers can be labeled according to what is in them, making finding each type of item much easier to locate.
Chest freezers do the same job as upright freezers. They work to keep items at a safe temperature. This type of freezer is generally less expensive to own. This is because all of the freezer space is useable space. Chest freezers hold their temperatures very well because of the insulation they have built in on all sides. If the power goes out, food can last for two or three days and remain frozen as long as the lid does not get opened at all. Be sure to take a closer look at the different types of freezers available to you, so you have a better understanding of what options are available.