Does the way you pack or store your food make a big difference in the amount of electricity your refrigerator uses?



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    Yes, actually. Its recommended by The New York Times, the government and manufacturers, that you put a lot of food near the refrigerator’s cooling unit, still allowing air to circulate throughout the compartment. It keeps a lot of the warm air out when you open the fridge up. Also, keep your freezer stocked. They go so far as to say, put bottles filled with water in the freezer to keep it cold. It takes less energy to keep frozen things frozen than it does to keep the air that otherwise occupies the space frozen.

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