Things You Shouldn't Keep in the Fridge

Most foods are safe to keep in the refrigerator because keeping food in the refrigerator prevents bacteria from growing on them quickly, reducing the risk of food poisoning.

However, some ordinary items are better stored at room temperature rather than in the refrigerator; global experts advise us which items should not be kept in the refrigerator; do let us know.

Tomatoes, which are high in vitamin C, potassium, and other nutrients, keep well at room temperature, especially if used within a day or two. 


Potatoes should never be kept in the refrigerator. As a result, their starch quickly converts to sugar, and when they're fried, they emit a cancer-causing toxin.


Coffee cans are commonly kept in the refrigerator, although this is not the best location for them. It's best to keep it in a box and keep it somewhere dark.


If you've ever kept bananas in the refrigerator, you'll know that they turn a different colour when exposed to the cold. At room temperature, bananas ripen quickly, but refrigerating them slows down the process. Furthermore, bananas emit a gas that causes other fruits to ripen, so bananas are ripe from other fruits as well. Keep your distance.


Although keeping double bread in the fridge will not cause mildew, the taste will fade as the double bread dries out and loses its flavour. Double bread can usually be stored at room temperature for two days. However, it lasts longer than a week in the refrigerator.


Before peeling or chopping onions, keep them in a dry and light place. It can spoil quickly if the area isn't well ventilated. Peeled or chopped onions, on the other hand, should be kept in the fridge and used as soon as possible. Fresh garlic should be kept at room temperature as well.


Honey should be kept in a dark, out of the sun place; if kept in the fridge, it will freeze and become difficult to use.


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