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These are the foods that you should — and should not — refrigerate

Discussion in 'Food and Drink' started by EF-Roger, Dec 25, 2015.

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  1. EF-Roger

    EF-Roger Member

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    To refrigerate or not to refrigerate, that is the question.

    Okay, so maybe Hamlet didn't say those exact words, but it's certainly a topic many have pondered.

    The FDA recommendsrefrigerating or freezing perishable foods right away. Meat, poultry, seafood, eggs, and certain kinds of produce should never be kept at room temperature for more than two hours, or not more than one hour if the temperature is above 90 degrees Fahrenheit. But what about bread, or tomatoes, or honey?

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  2. dyanmarie25

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    We refrigerate almost all goods, and it's quite surprising to know that there are only limited foods that need to be put inside the fridge. Thanks for sharing. Very relevant, and informative.
     
  3. ekhlas

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    Thanks for sharing this great information. Normally, people store up anything in fridge and end up with a bad smell of rotten foods. This post will help people understand the real fact.
     
  4. Barbara Arthur

    Barbara Arthur Member

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    Thanks for the share!
     
  5. Jessica Danes

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    Tomatoes and root vegetables (potatoes, onions) are veggies I never refrigerate. Fruits, on the other hand, are half-and-half: berries and cut melons stay in the fridge while apples, oranges, and bananas stay on the counter. Bread, however, usually goes in the pantry if it will be eaten within a week, or else we freeze it for later.
     

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