15 Things Not Allowed In The Refrigerator

9. Honey shouldn’t be stored at cold temperatures because it will cause it to crystalize. The great thing about this awesome food is that it can be kept in plain air in the pantry, because it isn’t processed at all and found like that in its natural form.

10. Winter Squashes can have their lives prolonged for almost a month if stored in the pantry instead of the refrigerator. The same advice goes for acorns, butternut or spaghetti squash. Place it in the pantry and make sure it tastes better this way.

11. Melons will be more flavored if they are kept on the counter. This way the antioxidants found in the fruit will be preserved more intact. But only if you don’t cut it beforehand. After the slicing has occurred, you have up to 4 days to eat it while storing it in the fridge.

12. Oils can be kept placed in the refrigerator if it’s nut oils involved. If not, the place recommended for oils is in the pantry so they can’t get thick or cloudy in the process.

13. Fruits will lose a bit from their flavor if refrigerated. Berries, peaches or nectarines are perfect if kept on the counter and consumed when ripe. Enjoy!

Non Foods

14. Batteries  shouldn’t be kept in the fridge contrary to the common misconception that it should somehow improve their performances. Actually, the extreme temperatures will only make the batteries work badly.

15. Nail Polish will modify its component chemicals if kept in the fridge. So if you want your nail polish to work at proper parameters don’t store it at cool temperatures and under sunlight but at room temperature and in shaded places.


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3 Responses to “15 Things Not Allowed In The Refrigerator”

  1. llewellyn Tripp says:

    Hello Satish,
    Thank you for your email please give me a few days to peruse them docs b4 I get back to you.
    Regards
    Lue Tripp

  2. Umang Mathur says:

    Go and ask an Indian’s Grand Maa and she’ll give you a longer and better list…

  3. Ryan says:

    Freeze bread.

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