Things That Will Go Bad In Your Fridge

Garlic deteriorates at a quicker pace when stored in the fridge due to the added moisture, unless already peeled and prepared.


If you plan to use them in the next few weeks, nuts are good to be stored in an airtight container in the cupboard.But you can put them in the freezer where they'll stay fresh and crunchy for a year.


Unless you really want to wrestle with it, avoid leaving honey in the fridge. There's no benefit to chilling it and the low temperatures cause it to crystallise and solidify, so you'll have to warm it before use.


Whole onions should ideally be kept in a cool, dark place. They'll become damp and soggy, and ultimately spoil if left in the fridge for too long.


The moisture from the fridge can impact this vegetable's quality and cause it to go off rapidly.

Butternut squash

Storing oil in the fridge makes it turn cloudy and grainy, room temperature is best to maintain a good colour and consistency.

Olive oil

Cold temperatures make potatoes' starch turn into sugar, which can be potentially harmful. Potatoes should be stored, unwashed, in a spot well away from any sunlight.


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