I had trouble drying steak roasts in my commercial fridge..
Fridge powered by a 2/3 hp compressor, exposed coils/ drain, and no fan as seen below.
With a little research, i discovered the light bulb trick: I ran a 200 w light bulb during the day and switched it off at night.
i got better results, but still not dry enough. i noticed the lower part of the roast dries out fast while the top is still wet. Turning it upside down to get even dryness got the top dry part wet again..
After a month, i got the power bill and wasn't too happy with that either.
Is there a more efficient way to do this? any modification that could help? any tips/ ideas?
Appreciate your feedback