Saturday, 29 October 2016

Top 20 Latest List Of Foods Not To Be Refrigerated

As the human nature have it, its in fact a natural thing for all of us human to preserve the foods we purchase especially from the grocery store. However with that in mind, we always think that the best way to preserve the foods we bought is by putting them in our refrigerators. Nevertheless, there are certain foods which should not be placed in the fridge or refrigerated. Below, are the extended list of such foods not to be refrigerated.

1.  Bananas
Top 20 Latest List Of Foods Not To Be Refrigerated
Banana
Bananas retain nutrients better outside the refrigerator, bananas should never be kept or preserved inside the refrigerator. According to a valid fact that, bananas are better kept on the counter until they are ripen. The cold temperature of the refrigerator actually slow down the ripening process of the bananas and also makes it loose its nutrient.


2.  Potatoes
Top 20 Latest List Of Foods Not To Be Refrigerated
Potatoes
Potatoes should be placed in a cool, dry and dark space. Thus preserving the potatoes in the cold temperatures of the fridge can easily turn the potato starch into sugar more rapidly. More also, it is also recommended that potatoes be removed from any plastic or paper bags they may have been placed in, in the grocery store. Also, keep the potatoes unwashed, as well in a well-ventilated cardboard box to preserve it.


3. Onions
Top 20 Latest List Of Foods Not To Be Refrigerated
Onions
Placing onions inside the refrigerator will eventually end up turning them moldy and soft. A valid fact further mention that, unpeeled onions should be kept out of plastic bags and refrigerator. One of the main reasons for this is because unpeeled onions require and need air exposure for maximum life. So if you have initially peeled an onion though, then you should keep it in the refrigerator, in a covered container or case.


4. Avocados
Top 20 Latest List Of Foods Not To Be Refrigerated
Avocados
If you have initially purchased an avocado fruit that is not ripen, you should not place it in your fridge. Since avocado fruit will need time to ripen, keeping it in the cold cooler will deter and impede that process of ripen. Also, placing the avocado fruit in your fridge should only be done if the avocado fruit is already ripe and you won’t use it right away as the case may be.


5. Garlic

Garlic

Whether you like it or not, placing garlic in the fridge will actually cause it to sprout. The garlic will also get moldy and even rubbery. Moreover, inside the refrigerator, the look of the garlic will rarely change. This means you won’t be able to tell if it is any good until you finally slice it open.



6. Bread

Top 20 Latest List Of Foods Not To Be Refrigerated
Bread
in fact, nothing as a whole dries up bread faster than your refrigerator. In occasion that you have made sandwiches with the bread, then you can place them in the fridge. The cold temperature of the refrigerator will make the bread tough and chewy. Furthermore, the coldness tends to make the bread turn stale and harder, at a faster pace than expected.


7. Coffee
Top 20 Latest List Of Foods Not To Be Refrigerated
Coffee

We all know that both ground coffee and beans require cool, dry and dark spots to retain their flavor & freshness, the refrigerator is not the place for them. Coffee and beans also need an airtight container. If you have large amounts of coffee that you will not use right away, then you can freeze it. Just make sure to wrap the coffee in airtight bags. This way, you can store it for up to a month in your refrigerator without it losing its flavour.


8. Tomatoes
Top 20 Latest List Of Foods Not To Be Refrigerated
Tomatoes
Tomatoes have great taste, but putting them in the refrigerator will cause them to lose all of their flavour. and also, the cold air in the cooler stops the ripening process of the tomatoes as well. More also, the ripening of the tomatoes is what gives every tomato more taste and flavour. The cold temperature of the refrigerator will alter the texture of the tomatoes as well. Finally, coldness breaks down the membranes of the tomatoes fruit walls, so for best results, always keep tomatoes out, and inside a basket or a bowl on your counter.



9. Honey
Top 20 Latest List Of Foods Not To Be Refrigerated
Honey

So far it is tightly sealed, honey will stay good almost forever. Thus, storing it in the refrigerator does not make sense at all. Honey, is a naturally preserved food so it needs no help from us. Ironically enough, placing honey in the refrigerator will in fact speed up the sugar crystallization process. The result of that will be the honey becoming almost dough-like, in form. Thus, making it harder or nearly impossible to scoop or use.


10. Water Melon
Top 20 Latest List Of Foods Not To Be Refrigerated
Water Melon

If you have not cut opened your water melon, then there is no need to put them in the refrigerator. Research has clearly shown that storing water melon in room temperatures, will in effect, keep the antioxidants levels the same. Also, water melon lose some of their beta-carotene content as well when placed in the refrigerator. 


11. Olive Oil

Olive Oil
Storing olive oil in a refrigerator will turn it harder and make it condensed, Olive oil should never be placed in the refrigerator. Instead, put the olive oil in dark, cool place. Otherwise, you risk turning your olive oil into a butter-like density which is absolutely not the best.


12. Egg
Eggs

It has really been a long debate whether you should keep eggs inside the refrigerator or not. Keeping eggs whether in a refrigerator or not does not change their normal properties, so it can be said that if you keep eggs at room temperature, there should not be any problem. There is another study that reveals that keeping eggs inside the refrigerators spoil the natural taste and flavor of eggs, so it is wise to keep eggs outside  refrigerator.


13. Citrus Fruits
Top 20 Latest List Of Foods Not To Be Refrigerated
Citrus  Fruits
Chill damage is a common effect of cold temperature to the fruits filled up with citric acid like oranges or lemons. These citrus fruits need natural temperature for ripening, so keeping them inside the refrigerators hampers this process. You will also see some spots as well as dull skin on these types of fruits if kept in the refrigerators.


14. Cereal
Top 20 Latest List Of Foods Not To Be Refrigerated
Cereal
Never be tensed with your cereal as you do not have to put it in the refrigerator in order to keep them fresh. It can be okay without refrigeration. Again, the moisture and the low temperature in the fridge  can spoil their texture and make cereal less crunchy to taste.



15. Pepper
Top 20 Latest List Of Foods Not To Be Refrigerated
Pepper

It is a myth that people believe that keeping pepper in the refrigerators preserves them, but in really after keeping them inside the refrigerators, their colors become dull. So red, yellow or green whatever the color of the pepper is, it is safe to say that you can keep them in a dry and cool place. You can also add chili peppers in this group for keeping outside of your refrigerator.



16. Apples
Top 20 Latest List Of Foods Not To Be Refrigerated
Apples
They say an apple a day keeps the doctor away since they have so many nutritional benefits. While that is true, there are still a vast majority of people that place apples inside of their fridges. In reality, there is really no need to place them there. Apples normally last about a week or 2 when placed at room temperature. That’s because at room temperatures, the enzymes on apples become more active. However, if you want them to last longer than that, you can store them in your fridge. This all depends on how fast you will end up eating them. Or if you like apples cold or at room temperature. Keep in mind that apples give off a gas. Because of that, when placed next to other fruits, they can end up causing them to ripen faster.


17. Pineapples
Top 20 Latest List Of Foods Not To Be Refrigerated
Pineapples
Unlike other fruits, pineapples do not continue to ripen once they are harvested. Because of that, refrigerating them is not recommended. If you have a whole and ripe pineapple, it is best to keep them at room temperature. This is even more so if you plan to use the pineapple shortly after buying it. Ripe, uncut pineapples normally last about 3 days outside the fridge. Sometimes, they may last even longer depending on the surroundings. Still, if you are not going to use the fruit within a few days or cut it, then you should store in the fridge. For starters, be sure to keep them in a air tight lid container. The Dole Food company says that a cut pineapple should be kept in a fridge for two to four days. If you want to store it for longer than that, then you can freeze it up to six months.


18. Pawpaw
Top 20 Latest List Of Foods Not To Be Refrigerated
Pawpaw
Thanks to imported crops, fresh papaya is often available throughout the year. Just like many other foods, papaya will not ripen if placed in a fridge. Keeping on the counter and turning them occasionally will produce better results. Doing this will allow them to ripen more evenly. However, once you see that the papaya’s skin begins to turn yellow and to soften up, put it in the refrigerator. This is only if you are not planning to use it right away. Remember that placing a papaya in the fridge will slow down the ripening process. To make it last even longer, you can peel it and slice it. Next cut it into pieces and then you can place it in freezer bags. This will allow them to last much longer than normal.


19. Butter
Top 20 Latest List Of Foods Not To Be Refrigerated
Butter
The jury on whether butter should be kept refrigerated or not is still out. Some say that it should be kept in the fridge, others say no. What we do know is that butter and salted butter are not the same. Bacteria growth is less likely to happen in salted butter. Secondly, most of the butter we buy, is made with pasteurized milk. This means that bacteria is less attracted to it. The same cannot be said for products made with high water content. Bacteria loves products made with high water content. We do know that butter will last up to a week out in the open. Still, others will say that butter will last longer when refrigerated. The choice on whether or not to keep in the fridge or out, can vastly depend on how often you use it.


20. Peanut Butter
Top 20 Latest List Of Foods Not To Be Refrigerated
Peanut Butter
Nothing goes better with peanut butter than jelly. However, unlike most jams, peanut butter should be kept out of the refrigerator. Placing it inside your fridge, can eventually turn the PB hard and dry. Instead, keep the peanut butter in a cool, dark and dry place, such as your cupboard. This will keep the peanut butter smooth, soft and ready for spreading.

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