STEP ONE – Pull Everything Out
This was my favorite step in the process as I found it extremely therapeutic to finally be pulling things out of there instead of trying to battle the items to stay in there. Before you do this, run some hot water mixed with some washing liquid and a drop of bleach, so you can clean the inside of the freezer quickly once it’s emptied.
You should try and minimize the time the frozen products spend outside the freezer, so you want to be as efficient as possible in the cleaning and organizing. When you have all the products in front of you, you should first separate the things you want to keep from the food you are going to throw away. Then you can move onto the next step.
STEP TWO – Organise Your Products
Now you know what you’re keeping, take a look at all the products you have in front of you and try to section them up into categories. For example, separate meat, vegetables, bread etc. By the time I’d done categorizing, I had six categories, bread, meat, vegetables, fruits, nuts, and ice packs. The next thing you will need to do is find a way to keep them separatewhen you put them back in the freezer.
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