Wellbeing

More Space to Keep Food Fresh

All the room you need to cover wholesome meals for your family and friends

Mother and her daughter looking at each other with big smiles, holding grocery shopping bag filled with vegetables. Mother and her daughter looking at each other with big smiles, holding grocery shopping bag filled with vegetables.

Enhance the storage capacity of your refrigerator. So no matter what meal you’re prepping, all your favorite items and ingredients are right there.

Cheerful family spending good time together while cooking in kitchen. Cheerful family spending good time together while cooking in kitchen.

Create something new

Using leftovers as basic ingredients is a great way to create something oh-so-delicious. Here are some simple ideas to inspire you.

- Veggie soup: Pop some meat, vegetables, noodles, grains, sauces and a few other bits and bobs lurking in your fridge, into a soup pot. Add some stock and spices, boil it up and your tasty broth is ready to be served.
- Empty-the-fridge omelet: Use whatever vegetables you have on hand, along with eggs and milk to whip up a tasty omelet.

Leftovers in stacked containers. Leftovers in stacked containers.

Use your freezer. Better. Cleaner.

Freezing perishables not only gives you more time to use your food, it’s also a smart way to reduce waste. Here’s how to get it right.

- Freeze at 0°F (-18°C) or lower to maintain flavor, texture and nutritional content.
- Divide meals into portions before freezing because once food is defrosted you can’t refreeze it.
- To prevent bacterial growth, thaw frozen food in the fridge, where it will remain at a constant temperature of 40 degrees Fahrenheit or below. Allow five hours of defrosting per pound.

Plus, Samsung refrigerator’s SpaceMax™ technology lets you store more food without increasing external dimensions or compromising on energy efficiency.

Preserving organic mixed vegetables in jars contains carrots, cucumbers, tomatoes and cauliflower. Preserving organic mixed vegetables in jars contains carrots, cucumbers, tomatoes and cauliflower.

Refrigerator pickles. Minutes to make, months to enjoy

Refrigerator pickles add an extra tang to all sorts of things from vegetables to hamburgers. Place them in the fridge after preparation and they are ready to eat the next day.

Simply fill a jar with sliced cucumbers, onions, peppercorns and dill sprigs. Heat vinegar, water, spices and garlic in a separate container. Dissolve salt and sugar. Reduce heat and pour into jar. Close the lid and refrigerate 24 hours before eating. You can store the pickles in the fridge for up to 3 months.

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