You should not store these foods in your fridge.

One always automatically thinks that the refrigerator protects each food from deterioration and prolongs its shelf life. But that is a big mistake. Here are 10 things the fridge will definitely harm.

1 onions

Actually, onions in the fridge feel good, but its moisture causes them to soften and spoil faster. In particular, they should not be kept near potatoes, as they constantly give off moisture. A dry, cool place is far better suited.

2 Avocados

Avocados are reluctant to ripen in the fridge and not at all. So if you like to eat avocados instead of admiring them in the immature state in the refrigerator, you should store the healthy fruit at room temperature.

3 potatoes

Many love the starchy vegetables, which unfortunately also suffer from the climatic conditions of the refrigerator. The temperature converts the starch into sugar and destroys the typical taste. It’s best to store it in a dark, cool place in a paper bag.

4 tomatoes

Like potatoes, tomatoes feel uncomfortable in the fridge. The local climate destroys their cell walls and makes tomatoes soggy and neutralizes their taste. It is best kept at room temperature away from direct sunlight.

5 Coffee

Coffee greedily absorbs all moisture and thus all fragrances from the air that it can only get. So if you do not feel like having a coffee in the morning that tastes like a refrigerator, you should keep the coffee powder or the beans in a cool, leakproof container in a cool place.

6 garlic

The full flavor of garlic is appreciated not only superstitious people who are afraid of vampires, even ordinary people enjoy the wonderful taste of the spice and medicinal plant. In the fresh air garlic keeps up to 2 months, in the refrigerator, however, it is faster moist and spoils.

7 Tabasco and Co.

Like tomato, the temperatures of the refrigerator are detrimental to the spicy sauces. Better keep them outside.

8 Stone fruits

Dried fruits ripen better at room temperatures. Best with the drive up. Once they are ripe and soft, you can put them in the fridge.

9 Melons

To ripen melons you should store them outside, but once you have cut them open, the water-dripping fruits should be stored in the fridge to extend their shelf life.

10 Honey

Many people tend to put the beloved honey in the fridge to last longer. It is said that honey is supposed to last forever. One thing is certain: in the fridge, the honey tends to form crystals, which can affect the taste experience.

11 Bread

Amazingly, bread ages faster when you put it in the fridge. It is best to keep it in a bread container or in a perforated bag.

I never thought. I learned a lot from the tomatoes and the spicy sauce.

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