What foods go in the fridge?
In the Refrigerator
- Milk (fat-free or low-fat)
- Cheese (block, shredded, sliced, or string and consider lower fat options)
- Yogurt (fat-free or low-fat and choose options with fewer or no added sugars)
- Butter or margarine.
What should be kept in fridge?
Write the date on the box, and replace it every one to three months.
- Refrigerator Compartments. There are several compartments in the typical refrigerator.
- Cooking and Re-heating.
- Meat, Fish and Poultry.
- Fruits and Vegetables.
- Bread, Butter and Pasta.
- Wine, Beer and Alcohol.
What foods should not go in fridge?
Bread. Unless you prefer stale, dried-out slices on your favorite sandwich, stash loaves of bread in the pantry.
What should not be kept in fridge?
20 Things Never to Put in the Fridge
- Keep Fresh. 1/21. The refrigerator is one of the greatest inventions of all time.
- Uncut melons. 2/21. Chilling whole melons—whether watermelon, cantaloupe or honeydew—takes up way too much room in the fridge.
- Raw Potatoes. 3/21.
- Honey. 4/21.
- Coffee. 5/21.
- Tomatoes. 6/21.
- Onions. 7/21.
- Bread. 8/21.
Should you keep veg in the fridge?
Most vegetables, like carrots, potatoes, broccoli, cabbage and celery should be stored in a plastic bag or container in the crisper of your fridge. Vegetables should be stored in a different part of the fridge than fruit. This will prevent them from ripening too fast.
What fruits should you not refrigerate?
Fruits That Should Not Be Stored in the Refrigerator Apricots, Asian pears, avocado, bananas, guava, kiwis, mangoes, melons, nectarines, papayas, passion fruit, pawpaw, peaches, pears, persimmons, pineapples, plantain, plums, starfruit, soursop, and quince will continue to ripen if left out on the counter.