Limited storage space may contribute to how much fresh produce, meat, or other ingredients are purchased for the summer camp that you run. If you ran out of a staple ingredient last summer, resulting in needing to make alternate menu plans, replace a standard-sized freezer with one that contains ample space for many of the perishable ingredients that will be utilized throughout the summer.
Choose An Upright Or Side-By-Side Model
Stainless steel is a common material that is used to manufacture commercial restaurant appliances. A sleek surface that is easy to clean and that is resistant to scratches will ensure that a freezer unit will maintain its looks for the duration of owning the appliance. Although stainless steel is a tough material that withstands deep gouges and staining, the level of care that was administered by the original owner of a freezer will have a bearing on the overall condition of a pre-owned freezer unit.
Shop for a side-by-side model that contains separate chambers that are secured together and have doors that lift upward or an upright model that contains three storage areas and doors that pull open. If you would like an upright model, seek a unit that contains a caster wheelbase and doors that shut automatically.
This type of appliance can be moved off a delivery truck and into the kitchen, simply by pushing the appliance across the flooring. Automatic doors that will shut will limit the amount of heat exposure that food products are exposed to. As a result, the internal temperature will remain consistent. Before purchasing a used freezer, inspect the thermostat, the cleanliness of the appliance, and the depth of each shelf or storage chamber that is inside of the freezer.
After you have received information about the number of enrollees who will be attending the camp this summer, get to work on planning the menu that will be served. Refer to recipes to guide you in purchasing products that can be frozen, up until the time that you will be ready to use the ingredients. After buying the food that will need to be preserved, separate the ingredients, and place them inside of the freezer.
Use a labeling system to identify the contents of each package that is not clearly marked. Place ingredients that will be used first, along the front of one of the storage areas or on designated shelves. Get in tune with your kitchen staff by delegating a maintenance schedule, which includes inspecting the contents of the freezer and cleaning the stainless steel exterior.
To learn more information, reach out to a company that has a used stainless steel three door freezer.