Guide 2 Freezers
Can you imagine what food refrigeration was like before the refrigerator and freezer were invented? It involved digging holes in the ground and chipping off huge chunks of ice in the winter that you hoped would last through the summer. On the plus side, you'd eat more fresh food, but you would have had to grow it yourself. The variety that we're used to today definitely wouldn't be available to you back then.
The invention of the refrigerator (and later the freezer) in the early 20th century is one that has changed the world significantly. With the refrigerator came the ability to keep foods fresh longer than we could otherwise and the freezer allows us to freeze food almost indefinitely. Fresh vegetables and meats can be transported around the world and sold rather than families eating only what they were able to grow.
With the cost-saving appeal of buying in bulk, stand-alone freezers have quickly become a must-have appliance in the kitchen. Ice-cube trays, frozen juice and frozen dinners quickly take up all the room available in your refrigerator freezer, especially as the number of people in your household grows.
Guide 2 Freezers will tell you how freezers work, what to look for when choosing a freezer, and how to use and maintain your freezer. We've also included a list of some popular recipes that will help you fill your freezer with delicious food.
We'll also look at the plethora of options available to you when shopping for a freezer:
Once you've figured out the type of freezer you'd like to buy, there are many brands to choose from. We've compiled a list of the most popular brands for you:
If you're just starting out on your freezer-buying adventure, you may feel overwhelmed at the options available to you. We hope we've helped take some of the guesswork out of it and made choosing the freezer best suited to you easier.