10 Foods That Should Never Be In Your Fridge

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Tomatoes: Refrigerating tomatoes can affect their texture and flavor, making them mealy and less flavorful. Store tomatoes at room temperature, preferably on a countertop.

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Potatoes: Storing potatoes in the fridge can cause their starches to convert into sugars more quickly, altering their taste and texture. Instead, keep potatoes in a cool.

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Onions: Onions can become moldy and soft when stored in the refrigerator due to the moisture. Keep onions in a cool, dry, and well-ventilated area, such as a pantry.

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Garlic: Like onions, garlic tends to sprout and become moldy in the fridge due to moisture. Store garlic in a cool, dry place, such as a pantry or countertop.

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Bananas: Refrigerating bananas can cause the peel to darken prematurely, although the fruit inside remains unaffected. Store bananas at room temperature until ripe.

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Avocados: Avocados ripen best at room temperature, so it's best to keep them out of the fridge until they are ripe. Once ripe, you can store avocados in the refrigerator.

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Bread: Storing bread in the fridge can cause it to go stale more quickly by accelerating the process of retrogradation. Instead, keep bread in a breadbox or at room temperature in a cool.

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Honey: Honey does not spoil, so there's no need to refrigerate it. In fact, refrigerating honey can cause it to crystallize and become thick and grainy. Store honey in a cool.

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Coffee: Storing coffee in the fridge can cause it to absorb moisture and odors, affecting its flavor. Instead, store coffee beans or grounds in an airtight container at room.

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Melons: Whole melons, such as watermelons and cantaloupes, should be kept at room temperature until they are ripe. Once cut, store melon pieces in the fridge.

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