Which foods should not be stored in refrigerator

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Our goal is to keep food in the refrigerator so that food and vegetables stay fresh for a long time. Keeping the food at low temperature in the refrigerator does not cause bacteria on it and the food does not get rotten. Often we keep every food item in refrigerators without knowing its consequences. Interestingly, there are some food items which should not be kept in the refrigerators. (Also read: What are the various health benefits of using mustard oil)

Let’s know about some foods that should not be kept in the refrigerator.


The potatoes should not be kept in the refrigerator. If you keep potatoes at low temperature, the starch of potato starch is broken down into sugar and the level of sugar increases. Moreover, the levels of acrylamide increase in potato which is harmful to health.


The honey turns into crystallized solid if you keep it in the refrigerator. If you keep honey at room temperature then its natural properties remain same. Therefore it should be kept at room temperature. (Also read: What are the signs that you are consuming too many proteins)


Most people keep the tomatoes in the fridge but due to low temperature, the tomato membrane is damaged, which eliminates their natural flavour. Apart from this, the low temperature of the refrigerator also slows down the tomato ripening. So instead of keeping the tomatoes in the refrigerator, put them in the paper bag and keep it at room temperature.


The bread becomes dry as well hard if you keep it in the refrigerator. The bread is made from cereals, which is primarily starch. This starch breaks when exposed to moisture and the bread starts drying rapidly. Therefore, bread should be stored in the packet at room temperature.

Fruits contain seed

We often put seed fruits such as peaches, apricots, cherries and others in the refrigerator. Keeping these fruits at low temperature reduces the flavour of the fruit. So keep them at room temperature instead of refrigerators. (Also read: What are the side effects of using coconut oil)

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