Many people still think that the best way to preserve foods is by putting everything in the fridge. And it may even be true for most ingredients, but in some cases, the fridge is totally contraindicated.
Garlic shouldn’t be stored in the fridge. The low temperature can harm this seasoning, making it unusable.
Potatoes are another food that should not go in the fridge. Refrigeration makes the starch turn into sugar, which changes the flavor and color of the food.
Onions hate cold and humidity, so they should be kept in a cool, well-ventilated place.
Another seasoning that should not be in your fridge is basil, which can develop dark spots. Keeping it at room temperature is a better option.
The last food on our list is the tomato, which can, “actually must” stay out of the fridge. When refrigerated, the tomato breaks its sugars, acids, and aroma-producing compounds that make its flavor.
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