Let's face it, most RVs have small refrigerators, at least when you compare them to standard house models. Some upscale motorhome makers are installing house model refrigerators and some RVers have replaced their RV refrigerator with a standard house model. If you stay with the typical RV refrigerator that operates on both propane and electricity, you will be cramped for space.
I've had to get creative when it comes to storing the foods I like. For instance, I often take prepackaged foods out of their box so I can store more in the freezer. I also make use of the zip type plastic food storage bags to conserve space. The problem comes when you try to store large or irregular shaped items.
To store an extra large U-bake pizza, cut the pie into four pieces. Place each slice on a paper plate, stack them and cover with plastic cling wrap. When I'm ready to bake, I can reassemble the beast or cook it one piece at a time.
Perhaps you have some unique ideas for how to store food in your RV refrigerator that would be helpful information to our readers. Please take a few minutes and leave a comment about how you maximize your RV refrigerator space.
Handing out RV ideas one slice at a time - Jim Twamley, Professor of RVing