Re: Refrigerators and Freezers
From: Norm Gauss (
Date: Wed, 30 Jun 2004 11:11:54 -0700 (PDT)
If there is a plan to store large quantities of food in the freezer (buying
meat and fish in bulk, or preserving summer fruits and vegetables), then a
separate freezer is more efficient.

Norm Gauss
Oak Creek Commons
Paso Robles, CA

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From: "Rosalie Wolff" <westwolff653 [at]>
To: "Coho-L Mailing List" <cohousing-L [at]>
Sent: Monday, June 28, 2004 11:33 AM
Subject: [C-L]_ Refrigerators and Freezers

> Hi Fellow Cohousers,
> The common house for Oak Creek Commons in Paso Robles,CA is due to come
on-line in the next week or so.  I am part of the initial Kitchen Management
crew trying to decide on outfitting our beautiful kitchen.  One of our big
decisions is the refrigerator and freezer.
> We are a group of 56+ adults and 18 children under 18 years.
> We have already installed a wonderful Dacor commercial double oven/range.
> The space for the refrigerator is quite large, 40 3/4 wide x 78 1/4 high x
35 1/2 deep.
> First of all, what size should we be shooting for in cubic feet for our
group?  Should we use residential or commercial refrigerators?  Is an
all-refrigerator solution with separate freezer a better solution than an
integrated refrigerator-freezer?
> We've been advised to get the largest refrigerator we can handle,
space-wise and cost-wise.  Would this be your advice?
> Best of all, what has worked for you and what hasn't worked for you?  We'd
love to learn from your experience.  What size refrigerator and/or freezer
works for your group and what is your group size?
> Thanks for helping us out.
> Happy Cohousing,
> Rosalie Wolff
> westwolff653 [at]
> (805) 237-8972
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