Food you should avoid to refrigerate

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Food you should avoid to refrigerate

Post by being lonely » Dec 27, 2015 Views: 9775

We all run to our fridge when we need to store perishable food items. But did you know that most foods we store in the fridge stale faster?

Onions:


Moisture from the fridge will turn onions soft and modly. Store in a cool, dry place instead.

Coffee beans/grounds:

Leaving them in the fridge will make them lose their flavor. Instead store them in a cool, dry place.

Olive oil:

Storing olive oil in the fridge will make it condense and turn into a harder, butter-like consistency.

Basil:

It wilts faster in the refrigerator and absorbs smells of the different foods in the fridge. It’s better to keep basil sitting out in a fresh cup of water.

Honey:

Honey will stay good practically forever if you keep it tightly sealed. No need to keep it in the fridge.

Garlic:

In the fridge it gets rubbery and moldy, so it’s best to keep it in a cool, dry place.

Bread:

The fridge will dry out bread quickly. It’s better to keep it in the freezer or on the counter instead.
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Post by shubham123 » Dec 30, 2015

Foods that should be avoided to refrigerate are:

• Bread
• Herbs
• Potato
• Onion
• Salad dressings
• Tomato
• Ketchup, soy sauce
• Cereal
• Oils
• Coffee
• Pickles
• Melons
• Peanut butter
• Honey
• Berries
• Jam
• Stone fruits
• Garlic
• Spices
• Nuts & Dried fruits
• Winter squashes
• Packed Tuna
• Pepper


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These food do not need to be refregirated.

Post by deviswolowitz » Apr 11, 2016

Peanut butter
Bananas
Most oils
Winter squash
Jam
Ground spices
Soy sauce
Whole grains
skinless chicken or turkey


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