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Foods That You Need To Stop Putting In Your Refrigerator (20 pics)

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If you've been refrigerating these foods then you've been doing it all wrong.

Maple Syrup
Real maple syrup will become gritty and congeal if stored in an environment that’s too cold.

1 Foods That You Need To Stop Putting In Your Refrigerator (20 pics)

Soy Sauce
Soy sauce is fermented, meaning its chemical composition is made to withstand warmer temps without spoiling.


2 Foods That You Need To Stop Putting In Your Refrigerator (20 pics)

Pickles
While the fridge doesn’t exactly ruin them, they’re made to be a preserved item, so storing them on the shelfs is perfectly fine.


3 Foods That You Need To Stop Putting In Your Refrigerator (20 pics)

Whole Melons
Like oranges, lemons and limes, melons have a protective skin that keeps their insides soft and tasty. Stashing them in the icebox before you slice ’em can break down their flesh and make them mealy.


4 Foods That You Need To Stop Putting In Your Refrigerator (20 pics)

Peppers
The best part about fresh peppers is their satisfying, juicy crunch, but drop them in the chill-box and they’re bound to get a little flimsy.


5 Foods That You Need To Stop Putting In Your Refrigerator (20 pics)

Potatoes, onions and garlic
When subjected to low temperatures, potatoes become starchy and difficult to eat. Stowing onions and garlic in the fridge can lead to them becoming soft.




6 Foods That You Need To Stop Putting In Your Refrigerator (20 pics)

Farm-fresh eggs (sometimes)
If the eggs are sourced from a nearby farm, there shouldn’t be any need to stash them away. However, grocery store eggs, which are processed differently in the States and are more likely to contain salmonella, are safer on ice. So proceed with caution.


7 Foods That You Need To Stop Putting In Your Refrigerator (20 pics)

Bread
Bread also grows dry and crusty in the fridge, counteracting any intended preservation. A countertop breadbox is a much better option.


8 Foods That You Need To Stop Putting In Your Refrigerator (20 pics)

Coffee
Coffee beans and grounds become dry and flavorless when chilled, so keep them room temperature.


9 Foods That You Need To Stop Putting In Your Refrigerator (20 pics)

Cake
If cake is subjected to lower temps, it can become dry and crusty. Covered on the counter, it should stay golden for about a week.


10 Foods That You Need To Stop Putting In Your Refrigerator (20 pics)

Bananas
If you want your bananas to turn brown and bruise faster than normal, place them in the fridge. But a pro-tip to preserve them longer is to cover the stems with tightly wound plastic wrap.


11 Foods That You Need To Stop Putting In Your Refrigerator (20 pics)

Hot Sauce
The key to a hot sauce’s durability is acidity, which can get diluted when placed in the fridge.


12 Foods That You Need To Stop Putting In Your Refrigerator (20 pics)

Jam
Preserved foods like jellies and jams are made to last, so they’re just as safe on the shelf as they are in the fridge. So no need to waste precious refrigerator space.


13 Foods That You Need To Stop Putting In Your Refrigerator (20 pics)

Butter (in most cases)
Keeping butter in your fridge can limit spreadability, so many folks opt to shelf the soft, salty stuff. Stored at room temperature, though, butter only lasts for about a week before slipping into the spoilage zone, so proceed with caution if you buy in bulk.


14 Foods That You Need To Stop Putting In Your Refrigerator (20 pics)

Tomatoes
Placing tomatoes in the fridge will actually drain the flavor from them and ruin the texture. Keep ’em on the counter.


15 Foods That You Need To Stop Putting In Your Refrigerator (20 pics)

Honey
Like maple syrup, cold temperatures will cause honey to crystalize or congeal. Honey will taste sweeter if you keep it on the bottom shelf and at room temp.


16 Foods That You Need To Stop Putting In Your Refrigerator (20 pics)

Avocados
Unless an avocado is on the brink of over-ripening, it should be left out as is. Time in the fridge will drain the fruit of all its flavor and texture. A halved avocado, however, could benefit from being stored in the fridge, though no cut avocado is going to last more than a day or so, no matter what you do.


17 Foods That You Need To Stop Putting In Your Refrigerator (20 pics)

Citrus Fruits
Oranges, lemons and limes all share tough skins, which is meant to help them tolerate warm environments.


18 Foods That You Need To Stop Putting In Your Refrigerator (20 pics)

Apples, pears, peaches, nectarines, cherries & plums
Pitted and stone fruits actually tend to do better at room temperature. If the temperature is too low, the internal structures of these will become mushy.


19 Foods That You Need To Stop Putting In Your Refrigerator (20 pics)

PETS ARE NOT FOOD…
And absolutely under no circumstances should you refrigerate your pets…no matter how much they beg.


20 Foods That You Need To Stop Putting In Your Refrigerator (20 pics)


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№1 Author: Minotopo (18 May 2016 08:52) Total user comments: 109


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mmmm my soy sauce´s bottle says that it must be refrigereted once open, tho i don´t take their advice and leave it outside and never got poisoned or anything.

Most of the are correct, i must disagree with cake cause there are lot's of types of cake and it´s not the same for everyone.

Butter gets melted outside de fridge so i wouldn't keep it at room temperature, but margarine can be left outside and most bakeries leave it at room temperature (at least in my country)

ps: who the hell puts coffe in the fridge??
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№2 Author: bionicbee2000 (18 May 2016 12:57) Total user comments: 194


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Serious? Who put this stuff inside a fridge anyway?
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