What Products Should Be Stored in the Fridge and What in the Kitchen Cabinet
Lockdown is a time not only when we have fun, sleep, place bets at 22Bet, but also self-educate and do our homework. So, we know from childhood that keeping certain foods in the refrigerator is the best way to keep them fresh, it can have the opposite effect, and few people know about it. Therefore, we have compiled a list of the most common products that are stored at home and assigned them suitable storage locations – refrigerator or kitchen cabinet.
Food standards experts recommend storing them in the refrigerator, as the risk of salmonella contamination increases with temperature changes, which can also affect quality and taste. Since some recipes call for eggs to be cooked at room temperature, it is wise to remove them a few hours before cooking.
Coffee: Kitchen Cabinet
When it comes to storing your strategic caffeine supply, some say the refrigerator is the best place, and some suggest a freezer altogether. However, coffee can easily absorb other odors from the refrigerator, so if you value this drink for its subtle aroma, do not store it in the refrigerator.
Butter: Kitchen Cabinet
Are you surprised? Yes, but given that the butter is made from dairy products, it won’t go bad if you store it outside the refrigerator for several days. Of course, if the calendar is not extremely hot in summer. The high fat content also makes the oil less prone to bacterial growth. Good news for those who get upset trying to spread frozen butter on toast.
Cheese spoils quickly as its high protein content acts as an energy source for bacterial growth. Soft cheeses such as mozzarella or goat cheese have the shortest shelf life as they are also low in salt. “Medium” cheeses: Cheddar, Edam, and Gruyere are also best kept refrigerated as the cold “fixes” their acidity and flavor. Hard cheeses such as Parmesan and Manchego can be stored in the cupboard as they have a low moisture content and are therefore less susceptible to decomposition. But once the cheese is opened or cut, it is exposed to microorganisms in the air and must be kept in the refrigerator. By the way, did you know that blue cheese is recommended as a healthy breakfast?