10 foods you should not keep in the fridge

When it comes to storing food properly, there are many conventions that some people swear by and others will argue ’til the end of time. Do you store bread in the fridge, freezer or in a bread box? Should you store tomatoes in the fridge or on your countertop? One of the most-discussed foods in the food storage domain is butter. People have long debated whether or not and how long to keep butter out of the refrigerator. While there may not be a definitively right or wrong way to store butter, there are certain foods that are much more straightforward. Some foods never belong in your refrigerator. Storing these foods in the fridge when you shouldn’t can zap or alter their flavor, or make them go moldy fast. Why risk losing flavor when all you need to do is store your food correctly? Chances are you’ve mistakenly been storing some of these foods in your fridge, when you should really being keeping them out on your counter or in your pantry. Here are 10 foods you should not keep in the fridge.


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  • March 20, 2016 at 8:25 pm
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    Agree with most of these but be aware that cut tomatoes shouldn’t be stored at ambient because they can harbour pathogens same with melons so make sure you don’t prep them too far in advance

    http://www.steve-pepper.co.uk Food Safety Trainer

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