These are some type of food that people should not preserve in the fridge
Coffee needs a cool, dry area to stay as fresh as possible. Refrigerator temperatures are often too cold. Coffee should also be in an airtight container to keep high quality. The National Coffee Association states that coffee beans should be stored at room temperature and away from cool temperature, humidity and light. The cold will significantly reduce the growth of harmful bacteria on many processed and cooked foods. It is often advised to cool food at temperatures between 35 and 38 degrees F (between 1 ° C and 3 ° C).
Although cold temperature can reduce spoilage on many different foods, it is not recommended for every edible item in the kitchen. Colder temperatures can change the texture and flavor of many foods, and sometimes even nutritional values. The following information describes 35 types of foods you should not put in the refrigerator and why they are best to stay at room temperature.
Cold temperatures tend to have a drying effect on many items. Bread is a food that will become dry and old if left in the refrigerator. Bread can also be tough in texture if kept for a long time in a cold environment.
Tomatoes will be rich and tangy if stored in a refrigerator. Cold temperatures will also change the texture of tomatoes as well as break some of the membranes inside.
Finally they can become gentle, mushy and tasteless. Tomatoes will ripen at a steady rate and maintain their delicious flavor if kept on the counter at room temperature.
Basil tends to absorb other odors that may be in the refrigerator. Not only can cooling the power of basil flavor, but leaves can start to wilt.
Epicquil.com cooking expert site recommends handling basil like you would cut flowers. Keeping basil in a glass of water on the counter is enough to keep it fresh.
Aubergine is a temperature-sensitive vegetable, and the length of time in the refrigerator can actually be harmful. Below 50 degrees F (10 ° C) can damage the texture and flavor of Aubergine. Aubergine should be stored at room temperature and away from other fruits and vegetables.
Butter is almost always cooked after they are purchased. Storing them in the refrigerator will slow down the process. Butter will still taste good and ripen naturally when kept in a dry place on the counter.
Onions will often become soft, and even moldy when kept in the refrigerator. They last the longest when kept on the counter. Onions need some air circulation and can be kept in mesh bags that they are usually bought in.
Garlic is a portion of solid food that should not be placed in the fridge. Garlic can become rubber and grow mold in the refrigerator. It can even start sprouting.
Garlic is another type of food that benefits from air circulation. They will live well for more than a month in an open area on the counter in the basket.
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