the cool zones

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To­day’s fridges boast dif­fer­ent ar­eas that can be ad­justed to suit what­ever you’re stor­ing. “Cus­tomis­able tem­per­a­ture zones, sup­ported by twin and triple cool­ing sys­tems, are manda­tory for many peo­ple these days,” says Jeremy Se­nior, di­rec­tor of home ap­pli­ances for Sam­sung. “This fea­ture of­fers free­dom and flex­i­bil­ity, which has be­come more im­por­tant for peo­ple who en­ter­tain.”

Spe­cial zones with con­trolled hu­mid­ity can ex­tend the life of your food – which is par­tic­u­larly im­por­tant for fresh veg­gies and avoid­ing the dreaded soggy salad sce­nario. “For keep­ing fruit and veg­eta­bles fresh, a fridge with a bio-fresh drawer is a must,” says Pet­rina. An­other use­ful fea­ture is a shock freezer, which lets you ei­ther “blast-chill cooked food if you want to stop the cook­ing process, or shock-freeze food to main­tain its tex­ture, taste, nutri­tion and colour, ideal for when you over-pre­pare,” ex­plains Liam.

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