View Full Version : Is there anything that CAN'T go in the frig?
06-17-2009, 09:46 AM
Is there anything that CAN'T or SHOULDN'T go in the frig?
I know that bananas will at least have the skin turn brown really fast in there, but I've heard that the banana itself will stay good longer. I tried putting some avocados in there and they were all NASTY after 3 days. I put some mangos in there last night, and now I'm paranoid they'll go off before I can use them. I've also had some young coconuts in there for a while now. And some ground and soaked flax seeds.
What holds well in the frig, and how long is stuff good for in there?
06-17-2009, 10:22 AM
[quote] Is there anything that CAN'T go in the frig? [quote] (http://rawfoodtalk.com/showthread.php?t=51423)
Only things that go in my fridge are greens, berries, excess cherries, excess grapes, most veggies, nuts and seeds. Out are 'nanas, avos, tomatoes, and most anything with a skin.
No time to really go through everything that goes in or out.
06-17-2009, 01:37 PM
nothing needs to go in the fridge
Only reason I keep things in there is I tend to buy 15kg of oranges at a time..I dont have room for all those on the counter lol
Completly personal preference what you keep in there
avos ...ripen out of the fridge..same nectarines, peaches... banana's dont go in there..tomatoes never go in there..
No rules.. lol question should be..what SHOULD go in the fridge..lol
06-18-2009, 01:02 AM
Oils can't/ shouldn't be kept in the fridge?
I'm not sure about this though. ?
I like to use the fridge for my skin care products ;) jk, in the summer it does feel really nice to put on cold moisturizers though :D
06-18-2009, 06:36 AM
coconut oil gets hard in fridge
06-18-2009, 08:12 AM
I put some produce in the fridge - ones that spoil quickly when on the counter.
If I buy more Avocado's than I can eat before they spoil I'll put some in the fridge and a few on the counter. Then I just pull out one when I eat one. I often think it's best to let them ripen on the counter and then put in the fridge to slow the ripening process. Then when you take them out of the fridge they are good once they are room temperature.
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