Storing various meals and products in fridge (or freezer) can result in mixing different flavours, which isn't that great. What are your best practises to avoid the smell?
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Baking soda seems to work well for me, but the best thing is to get rid of old food that is causing the smell, and seal strong-smelling foods in airtight containers.
Or try coffee bean. Put a small container of coffee bean in with some holes on the lid so that the coffee aroma can evaporate. Coffee bean will absorb the odor.
In order,to avoid bad smell after defrosting, I use vinegar. Clean up fridge inside with rag wetted with vinegar.