Often, people try to buy products in reserve. And all of them, of course, are sent to the fridge. He is a modern magic wand of constantly busy people who want to keep food edible longer.
But are low temperatures equally good for apples and morning uneaten oatmeal? Some products can not only lose their taste and useful qualities, but also become harmful. They need to be urgently removed from the refrigerator.
Chocolates from the fridge are not so tasty.
From the low temperature condensation appears on the surface of the chocolate. This is the strange whitish bloom that we often notice. And if the product is in a sealed package, there is a risk of mold. Even if this does not happen, the smell and appearance will no longer be so seductive.
There was bread, and became a cracker.
That's really who is not useful cold. From it the bread just dries up! Sometimes even better than in the oven. Therefore, if you do not want to chew a stiff sandwich for a long time, it is better to leave it in another place.
3. Olive oil
Oil and without a refrigerator perfectly retains its properties.
Olive oil from the fridge is still a treat. Tastes deteriorate: a white precipitate appears in the form of flakes and an unpleasant bitterness. Yes, and uncomfortable to use - the oil hardens and exfoliates. Store better in a dark place and at room temperature. The same goes for salads or other dishes poured with this wholesome dressing - they feel great on the table.
Maybe better not?
Disputes about proper storage of eggs are still raging. Most studies prove that there will be no harm to the natural taste and smell outside the refrigerator. It is only important to always buy fresh produce, and then there will be no problem.
5. Onions and garlic
These comrades definitely have no place in the fridge.
Unpleasant smell around the refrigerator and watery eyes - this is not all adversity. From cold temperatures, the onion loses its structure, becomes soft and becomes covered with mold. If time does not save the situation, other products will also deteriorate, and the harmful spores of the fungus will remain in the refrigerator for a long time. And garlic, no matter how incredible it may seem, is growing in unusual conditions for it. From this, it also softens and loses its useful properties. Only outwardly it is not at all noticeable, the annoying oversight becomes obvious only during cooking.
Honey is a very strange thing ...
Keeping it in the fridge is absolutely useless. Since this is a natural product, and most often is in a jar with a tightly closed lid, you can keep it at room temperature for at least an eternity. But excessive care is fraught with the loss of useful properties and taste. Chilled honey becomes very hard and is quickly candied, so eating it or adding it to tea is not so pleasant.
Senor-tomato does not like cold.
Tomatoes should be left on the table. The main thing - to protect them from direct sunlight. But in the fridge they quickly wither, lose their taste and pleasant aroma. The peel of tomatoes deteriorates, becoming covered with dark specks. The same fate awaits eggplant.
Such delicacy does not need to be hidden.
Kiwi, apricots, plums, peaches, mangoes, avocados - in a beautiful vase and on the table. In the refrigerator, fruits lose most of their nutrients - nutrients. Bananas from cold and high humidity quickly darken and begin to rot. But a quiet place without sunlight would be perfect for them. The same applies to the pineapple, so that it ripens and becomes more juicy and tasty, it is better to keep it outside the refrigerator. Domestic apples and pears do not deteriorate for 1-3 weeks, depending on the species, and winter varieties - and the whole winter.
Keep can not be pardoned.
Even if there is no cellar, sending potatoes to the fridge is not the best idea. There, starch is quickly broken down into glucose, which is not particularly beneficial for our health. A dry, cool and dark place will help preserve the taste in unchanged condition. Instead of paper and plastic bags, you should prefer well ventilated boxes or cardboard boxes.
10. Pumpkin, melon and watermelon
All in the pantry.
The lack of fresh air and the cold temperature turns the tasty into new inhabitants of the trash can. Pumpkins, squash, zucchini and other products of this series in the refrigerator become soft and quickly moldy. And the sliced melon in general becomes harmful and spoils other food, emitting ethyl gas. Watermelon loses substances containing beta-carotene, in other words, vitamin A, which is very useful for our body. Sliced watermelon, of course, should not be stored under the table, but you need to cover it with cling film.