Foods You Should Not Put In The Fridge

Written by Dr. Veena Madhankumar and medically reviewed by iCliniq medical review team
Foods You Should Not Put In The Fridge

 #1. Baked Goods : It is a bad idea to store any kind of baked goods in the refrigerator. If done so, they will go stale and lose taste.

 
 

 #2. TomatoesWhen refrigerated, tomatoes become mushy and lose their natural juicy flavor. 

 #3. Apples : It is better to store apples in a fruit basket to maintain their crunchiness.

 
 

 #4. Basil : Basil leaves need a little warmth to maintain their freshness. It is better to store them in an airtight box coated with a drop of olive oil.

#5. Garlic And Onions : Spread a newspaper in your fruit basket and store your garlic and onion in them to preserve their natural taste.

#6. Spices : Spices lose their natural pungent flavor if refrigerated. They are to be stored in air tight containers.

 #7. Potatoes : If refrigerated, potatoes lose their starchy goodness. They can be stored in the same way as garlic & onion.

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