14 foods that you just kept properly, or how to extend the life of the product.

If you often have to throw food in the trash, do not despair, because most likely you simply store them properly. .cc will tell you what foods you keep not so much as it is needed and how it should be done. If you do not want to transfer products, read carefully in order to prolong their shelf life!

Nuts






Wrong: Buffet / That's right: Refrigerator
Nuts should be stored in a closed container in the refrigerator, because at room temperature the natural oils contained in nuts, become bitter.

Egg






Wrong: The door refrigerator / That's right: The average shelf of the refrigerator
Raw eggs should be stored in the refrigerator a warm place, and if you keep them on the door, frequent fluctuations in temperature due to the opening and closing of the refrigerator may affect the shelf life of eggs.

Wheat flour






That's right: Freezer / Wrong: Buffet
If the flour is stored at you more than 3 months - put it in the freezer. If you have a meal does not stagnate, you can leave it in the cupboard.

Flax cereal






Wrong: Buffet / That's right: Refrigerator
Flax cereal can be stored up to 3 months in an opaque airtight container.

Potatoes






Wrong: Refrigerator / That's right: Buffet
It is best to store potatoes in a dry, dark cupboard, with an average temperature but away from the stove and oven.

Tomatoes





Wrong: Refrigerator / That's right: The kitchen table
In the refrigerator Tomatoes lose all the moisture and flavor, so it is best to store them at room temperature in a paper bag.

Red and yellow onion





Wrong: Refrigerator / That's right: Buffet
The bulbs should be stored in a cool dry place with good air circulation, but not in the refrigerator.

parsley, dill, basil





Wrong: The coolness and dryness / That's right: The coolness and humidity
The greens can be wrapped with a paper towel and put it in the refrigerator door, or store it in a container with water, like a bouquet on the kitchen table.

Cucumber





Wrong: Refrigerator / That's right: The kitchen table
To Cucumbers do not wilted, not keep them in the fridge and away from tomatoes and bananas, as they release ethylene gas, which contributes to the rapid fading.

Celery





Wrong: in the refrigerator in plastic / That's right: in the refrigerator in a foil
Celery should be stored wrapped in foil in the refrigerator door.

Garlic





Wrong: Fridge That's right: The kitchen table or buffet (short shelf life) or freezer (long term storage)
To garlic is yellower, store it in a cool, dark place with good air circulation.

Coffee beans





Wrong: Refrigerator / That's right: Buffet (short shelf life) or freezer (long term storage)
Coffee beans are best kept in a cool, dry place in airtight glass or ceramic containers, away from high temperatures.

Bread





Wrong: Refrigerator / That's right: Buffet (short shelf life) or freezer (long term storage)
Bread is quickly becoming stale in the refrigerator. Therefore, keep it in a breadbox on the table.

Avocado





Wrong: Refrigerator / That's right: Buffet
Avocados ripen never cold, so it's best to leave it for 4-5 days at room temperature.

With these tips you will cease to throw food in the trash. They will be stored for much longer, and will keep your taste and all useful vitamins and minerals.

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