It is a tough one to pick, with each one offering its own benefits.
The biggest benefit of a bigger refrigerant is that you can store more food in it, especially if you store it in the fridge and store it for longer periods of time.
For instance, a 1,500-square-foot refrigerator that is big enough to hold a full fridge and a full freezer can store about 200,000 pounds of food, or about the same amount of food that a refrigerator can hold.
That is roughly twice the amount of groceries you can carry in a standard refrigerator.
A 2,500 square-foot fridge can store a little less than that.
But it is still more than three times as much as a 1 1/2-square foot fridge.
The other advantage of a larger refrigerator is that it is easier to move things around.
If you store food in a larger fridge, it will be easier to grab a small piece and move it out of the way.
Another advantage of having a bigger freezer is that food can stay fresher longer, and you can easily pack and deliver food to the next meal, especially for those with busy schedules.
But another benefit is that there is less room in the refrigerator to add more foods or to store a large quantity of food in the freezer.
You could get the same benefit from having a larger freezer by using a larger container, and the storage space will be smaller, but the bigger the container, the more space there will be to store more items.
And, in some cases, having a smaller container may be more convenient for you.
For example, if you are the type of person who tends to eat a lot of processed food, then a larger food storage container will give you more space for that.
And it can be easier for you to keep food that you want to eat refrigerated.