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Things That Should Not Be Refrigerated
When you bring home a pile of groceries, your first instinct is always to take the perishable items to the refrigerator as fast as you can.
However, despite popular belief, there are some food moments that you should never store in the refrigerator.
Refrigeration contributes greatly to preserving food, but in the case of some perishable foods,
refrigeration can diminish flavor, change texture and even cause food to spoil at a faster rate.
These are some of the items that you should never refrigerate.
Honey: when you use honey in bread or consume it with water, you can observe that it flows freely.
Well, if you store honey in the fridge, it will crystallize and thicken very quickly.
Therefore, it is suggested to store honey at room temperature.
Do not refrigerate the potatoes
Do not throw that bag of potatoes in the drawer of the drawer!
Cold temperatures alter the starchy complex carbohydrates found in raw potatoes, giving them a sweet taste and a mouthfeel when they are cooked.
You can live happily in the pantry for up to three years and this includes the Tabasco sauce and Frank’s Red Hot.
It can also include Worchestershire, Heinz 57, Soy Sauce and Sriracha as all non-refrigerated items!
Refrigeration kills the taste of tomatoes and makes them mealy. Keep them out of plastic bags. To mature store faster in paper bag.
Avocados should not be refrigerated until they are ripe. Once they are ripe, they can be refrigerated for up to a week.
Try to keep your original mesh bag or any other bag that allows circulation and store it in the pantry.
Keep away from the potatoes that make the onions rot.
Surprisingly for me, you should not refrigerate or freeze coffee because it causes condensation and changes the flavor.
Go for the beans and the floors. Keep it in an airtight container in the pantry.
It will last in the pantry for two months. Garlic refrigeration can reduce the taste and cause mold.
Store loose and once the head is broken it should be used within 10 days.
The refrigerator dries the bread very fast.
Keep what you are going to eat within 4 days in a dry pantry at room temperature and freeze the rest.