5 Food Items That Should Not Be Refrigerated

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Tomatoes

You might know how to be a great cook or how to be an awesome foodie, but how much do you know about storing Food?

Choosing the fridge is an easy route that most of us takes when it comes to storage but not every Food item would stay healthy under the cold conditions. There are a lot of things that needs to be kept away from the Refrigerator for the good and we are going to list them down so that you next time you open your fridge, you would know which all food items belong elsewhere.

Tomatoes

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Tomatoes

Refrigerator has this secret power of ruining the flavor and texture of tomato. This, as you have guessed is not any good. Where to store: Tomatoes stored in paper bags ripe faster and preserve the flavors unlike its stay inside the fridge. 

Coffee

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Coffee

Coffee beans or grounds kept inside the refrigerator will end up giving a completely different taste than the usual due to condensation. Where to store: In your pantry, in a properly closed jar so that the aroma stays alive.

Onions

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Onions

The humidity in the refrigerator is known to make the Onions mushy; it also speeds up the rotting process of the food item by a pretty good rate. Where to store: Onions need to be kept somewhere with some good air circulation and also far away from potatoes.

Garlic

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Garlic

Garlic inside the fridge has a much lower lifespan compared to garlic kept outside the fridge. Just like onions, Garlic also needs proper air circulation making it ideal to keep somewhere else. Where to store: same as Onions.

Potatoes

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Potatoes

Starch is the best part about potatoes apart from the taste. And if you keep them in fridge, the temperature tends to break down this starch, in turn reducing its health benefits. Where to store: The best place to store Potatoes will be in your pantry in a paper bag.

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