Refrigerate Me Not: 10 Food You Should Not Put On the Fridge

Refrigerate Me Not: 10 Food You Should Not Put On the Fridge

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“Put everything away.” is what we always do after shopping for groceries. Don’t be mistaken, this is a good idea when we bring home a bunch of perishable items.

Oftentimes, we’re taught to just put everything into our fridge. Which is not really questionable cause the fridge, if not always, usually, the biggest appliance in the kitchen. Making it a favorable place for keeping things.In some ways, this is a good habit. For perishable goods such as butter, cheese, meat, eggs, and milk, mostly poultry goods, they are best kept in the fridge to avoid spoilage.

Nevertheless, not all foods are supposed to be kept in the fridge. Actually, storing the foods on this list can lead to an array of unwanted effects; reduced freshness, rotting, alteration of texture, and bland taste.

10 food you should refrain putting on the fridge

  1. HONEY

honey

The chemical makeup of honey modifies when it is refrigerated. It changes its texture and will become stiff, thickened, and will solidify as well. Regardless, honey will stay good even though it is outside the refrigerator. It’s best that the product is in a tightly sealed container and kept away from direct light.

  1. TOMATOES

TOMATOES

Tomatoes are exposed to the cold air when deposited in the fridge. The tomatoes ripening process is halted when cold air saturates the fruit. Storing tomatoes in the fridge will affect the products texture and flavor. In layman’s words, store tomatoes outside the fridge in their natural state.

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