In the refrigerator they lose both the smell and the taste, it becomes milky. It is best to keep tomatoes in the kitchen in a dry place.
11. Spice herbs, basil
We love herbs because of their scent; if you leave in the cold, they lose flavors. It’s best to keep them in a glass with a little water.
Keep them in a cool, but not cold place. Cold potato starch is more likely to turn into sugar. Keep the potatoes in the dark and dry place, remove them from the plastic bag – it will make it faster to rot. It is best to keep it in a paper bag.
Like potatoes, they should be kept cool, but not cold. It can become moldy in the refrigerator.
The moisture content on them may become softer. Like potatoes, they should be kept cool. But do not keep onions with potatoes in one bag- it will rotten faster.
Where to store this fruit depends on your appetite. To keep avocado fresh for longer, do not put it in the refrigerator. If it still to green to eat you should place it in the fridge.
6. Olive oil
It thickens in the cold; sediments will appear. Keeping it at room temperature in a dark place is good.
Bread in the refrigerator quickly loses moisture, so it’s best to keep it on the shelf. If you buy it so much that you do not eat in four days, you can place the rest in the freezer, but wrap it very well in the food film.
4. Coffee Beans
Coffee beans left in the fridge will lose their smell and taste, and also absorb other fragrances. But if you have a lot of coffee beans, you can freeze them in the freezer.
There is no need to place it in the cold; it fits perfectly at room temperature. Honey gets crystallized in the cold temperature.
2. Bananas, plums, peaches
A refrigerator is not a place for fruits like bananas, plums or peaches, because the cold changes their structure, taste, and smell.
1. Ketchup, spicy sauce, mustard
When you open one of this sauces, you should keep it on the kitchen shelf as they contain a lot of vinegar and other preservatives.