Muslims celebrate twice a year, once on Eid-ul-Fitr and then again on Eid-ul-Adha. The second of these two celebrations are quite significant because of the fact that it involves the procurement of large amounts of meat, far more than you would end up getting for pretty much the rest of the entire year. The reason for this is that this second celebration involves getting an animal such as a goat or a cow and then slaughtering it to commemorate the willingness with which Abraham was about to sacrifice his son because God was testing his faith, only to have his son replaced with a ram at the crucial moment.
The main problem with this celebration is that it gives you a pretty large amount of meat and if you don’t look into storage techniques you would probably end up losing most of it since meat has a tendency to rot if you just leave it out. Some old techniques for storing meat involved salting it so that it would not go bad, but this is a highly time consuming process and we are living in a modern day and age where technology can be used to replace these older customs that used to be quite commonplace.
Now, if you are a Muslim that needs some kind of preservation method that can be used to make the meat that you get on Eid-ul-Adha last as long as possible, you can use a chest freezer for this purpose instead. The best thing about these freezers is that you can use them as much as you like without the meat going bad because the intense cold within the compartment is going to make it more or less impossible for the meat to rot.