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How much food can be frozen at one time?

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Add only the amount that will freeze within 24 hours, which is usually two or three pounds of food per cubic foot of storage space. Overloading slows down the freezing rate. Also, foods that freeze too slowly may lose quality. Source: Original FAQ posted at http://128.192.83.157/faq/FAQ_home.php

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