August 8, 1899, the inventor from Minnesota Albert Marshall got a patent on the refrigerator. This invention has changed the approach to the storage of food forever, and today no kitchen can do without a refrigerator. Many perceive the refrigerator only as a source of cold, in which you can store food as you want, but it is not so.
Incorrect storage of food in the refrigerator can cause your food to quickly deteriorate, go stale, weather and get unpleasant odors, and air circulation is disrupted in the refrigerator due to excessive loading. Do you want to prolong the life of your food?
Let's figure out how to use the space in the refrigerator and how to store foods, so that they remain fresh and useful for as long as possible. Look at these ten useful tips, some of them will help you without any doubts:
#1. You can freeze biscuits for about three months. You need to put them in an airtight container.
#2. Dried yeast can be stored in the fridge indefinitely.
#3. A sponge cake can be frozen for up to one month. You just need to put it in an airtight container.
#4. You can freeze cupcakes, they thaw quite fast.
#5. If you want to keep your berries fresh as long as possible, do not wash them before placing into the fridge. You can keep them there for about two days.
#6. If you want to keep herbs fresh, the best way is to put them into a jar with water and to place it in the refrigerator.
#7. If you want to make your spices keep their aroma for as long as possible, you should keep them in a dark place or in the fridge.
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#8. In order to keep your nuts fresh, store them is a dark, dry and cool place, or in the fridge. You can keep them about three months in the fridge and about six months in the freezer.
#9. Fresh meat should be stored in the coldest part of your fridge. Do not store fresh meat, liver and kidneys for more than three days.
#10. If you see “use-by-date” on the food, this means that you should not eat that food after the specified date. If you see “best before”, this means that foods can lose their taste, color or aroma, but can be eaten. Bread and short-lived commodities are usually marked with “baked-on” or “baked-for”.
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