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KAMasud
Aug 6, 2013 5:32 AM CST
Name: Arif Masud
Alpha Centauri.
Maybe. Ours were built in a wall of maybe a kitchen. Had mosquito netting on the outside plus storm shutters. Inside also the door had netting, air kept flowing.
Food normally was cooked in the afternoon. You had your afternoon and evening meal then put what ever was left in in the safe for breakfast the next day then left over given to the dog. As you rightly pointed out it was not used to freeze, just keep the air flowing, keep the lizards, mice, rats out.
This concept of refrigeration came a long time afterwards, somewhere late '60's in this part of the world. Ice, we used to get from the ice factory with it's ammonia plants.
Sharon your mind wandered because you had electricity and fridges. No such luck here Sticking tongue out
Regards,
Arif.

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