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Old 09-20-2018, 05:00 AM
Location: Texas Hill Country
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Originally Posted by Sand&Salt View Post
What do you think? Do you have a stand-alone freezer so you can freeze your extra meals, broths, soups, buy a half-pig or preserve your hunting prizes?

If you do, is it distance from the store, or what was your main reason? Is it worth it to you, having it?

We are thinking about a smaller one to put in the office, for the above reasons.

I have a chest freezer. In it right now are loaves of day old bread, candy for my divers (and generally safe from me due to its remoteness), a pork loin, a brisket or two, a holiday ham, fish, perhaps some other things. Buy in mass, save in cash.
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