Q:

How many pounds of meat will a freezer hold?

A:

For every cubic foot of freezer space, it is possible to store between 35 to 40 pounds of meat. In the top compartment of a normal-sized refrigerator, this is equivalent to half of the freezer space. People who buy large quantities of beef, such as a beef quarter side, will need a freezer that is between 2 to 3 cubic feet in size.

For food safety reasons, it is wise to follow guidelines in the storage of different types of meats. For example, ground beef can be stored between 3 to 4 months in a freezer that is below 0 degrees Fahrenheit. Fresh beef steaks can be kept in a freezer between 6 to 12 months.


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