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Where there’s smoke

The first refrigerator in a form that we’d be vaguely familiar with was built in 1834 but, frustratingly for 19th-century homemakers, it wasn’t until 1913 that a man called Fred Wolf came up with a model for domestic use.

Up until that revolutionary moment, ways of preserving food were many. We all know

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