Thursday, June 25, 2020

You can't put these foods in the refrigerator

Bananas, mangoes: These fruits should be kept at about 12°C and stored in a cool place at room temperature. If the temperature is too low, they will freeze and "injure", causing them to turn black and rot.

Tea, milk powder: These foods can be stored at room temperature without low-temperature storage. If they are not tightly sealed in the refrigerator, they will cause the smell and moisture in the refrigerator to invade the food, which affects the flavor and is prone to moldy deterioration.

Honey and preserved fruits: Foods with high sugar content have high osmotic pressure and low moisture, so they should not be spoiled. They can be stored at room temperature. After being placed in the refrigerator, the low temperature will cause the food to crystallize out sugar. Although this change does not affect food safety, it affects the color of the food. And taste. After the chocolate is stored in the refrigerator, it will form a layer of frost on the surface, which affects the taste and is prone to mold and deterioration.

Onion: Onion smell can invade other foods in the refrigerator. It is recommended to store the onion in a dark, dry and ventilated place to avoid germination.

Garlic: Refrigerating does not keep garlic fresh, but should be stored in a dark, dry and ventilated place.

Avocado: If you don't want it to ripen too quickly, it is best to put it in a brown paper bag. If you want to make it more ripe, you can put it in the fruit bowl together with the banana.

Starch: Steamed bread, rolls, bread and other starchy foods can not be put in the refrigerator, it will speed up the speed of drying and hardening, if you can not eat in a short time, you can seal it and put it in the freezer to freeze.

Medicinal materials: Medicinal materials should not be placed in the refrigerator. Medicinal materials should be placed in the refrigerator for a long time with other foods. Not only do various bacteria easily invade the medicinal materials, but they are also prone to moisture, which destroys the medicinal properties of the medicinal materials.

Cucumbers and green peppers: Cucumbers and green peppers will become black, soft and smelly when stored in the refrigerator for a long time. Cucumbers can also grow hairy and sticky. Because the storage temperature in the refrigerator is generally about 4℃ to 6℃, and the suitable storage temperature for cucumber is 10℃ to 12℃, and the green pepper is 7℃ to 8℃, so it is not suitable for long-term storage.

Green leafy vegetables: Green leafy vegetables will not only spoil faster in the refrigerator, but also may produce toxic nitrite due to the action of enzymes and bacteria.

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