Modern technology can be used to save bacon.
How to do it is simple and inexpensive.
I recently purchased a modern kitchen, refrigerator, and freezer that I think will save bacon on a daily basis.
The refrigerator freezer I purchased is a Panasonic HVAC unit that is an ideal candidate for this task.
Panasonic HVC units have proven to be very efficient in saving bacon on the cheap.
You can read my Panasonic HVT review for more information.
For the fridge freezer, I chose the HVAT model that came with a 6-liter capacity and a 120-volt power outlet.
It has a capacity of 4.5 gallons.
I also purchased a freezer box and a lid for it.
The box has a 5-gallon capacity.
The lid has a 15-gallo capacity.
Both boxes can be installed in any standard freezer with a 3-gallons or 5-gal capacity capacity.
As a matter of fact, I also purchased an HVAG box to fit in my freezer.
Here is the entire appliance: A new fridge freezer is no easy task.
To put it simply, you have to lift the fridge off the freezer and slide it out of the freezer compartment.
Then, the freezer box is attached to the fridge by a plastic cover.
You can do this with your hands or a set of pliers.
Once the freezer is out, you can lift it up, slide it back in, and start the process over.
The best part is that the box can be reused.
One other thing to note is that you have no choice but to use the fridge when you are not using the refrigerator.
This will not affect the bacon you save.
The fridge freezer has an electronic lid that locks it into place.
The only way you can remove it is to remove the lid from the refrigerator, then remove the box from the freezer.
Once the lid is out of your freezer, it is safe to start working.
It takes a few minutes for the lid to dry completely, so it takes time to start using the unit.
After a few hours of working, you will have a nice, dark, brown, and almost black color.
This is bacon that you can start cooking in a few weeks.
So, there you have it.
You have a modern refrigerator freezer.
If you like to save meat, you should invest in one.
If not, I suggest investing in a new refrigerator freezer that will save you bacon on every trip to the store.
Have you used a refrigerator freezer?
What have you found to be its most effective and cost-effective method of saving bacon?
Let me know in the comments below! Image via paul bennett