“Never” Put These 12 Foods in The Fridge

6. Bread

Bread is another one of those foods that some people always store in the fridge. Even though I am not really sure why, I think it is because bread becomes dry very fast. Did you know though, that the cold temperature of your fridge is what is causing your bread to dry out? If you bought too much bread and you won’t be able to finish it before it goes bad, I have a solution for you.By cutting off a couple of slices and keeping them in the freezer you can enjoy your bread for much longer. This way, the moment that you want to eat bread you can just defrost it and it will be as soft as if you just bought it. My advice to you is to try not to buy too much bread at once. Another thing that you can do is to buy two halves of a bread loaf instead of one whole, so you can eat one part and keep the other one in the freezer.

7. Avocado

Avocados are delicious, that is a known fact. Luckily, avocados are also extremely good for your health and are meant to be consumed on a regular basis if you want to keep up a healthy lifestyle. These fruits are filled with healthy fats and are available all year round. Avocados are imported from South-America, Africa, and Israel. The downside of avocados is that they go bad really fast. I am sure that I am not the only one that is looking for a way to keep them these fruits fresh for longer. If you are like me, you will want to read this. Avocados are at their best when they are ripe because at that point they have reached the point where they have the most flavor. At this point your natural instinct is probably to store them in the fridge, but don’t do this. Only if you have already cut the avocado in half, then you can actually keep it stored in the fridge. Make sure that at the moment you do this, you don’t remove the pit from the avocado. This way, the fruit will stay fresh for a lot longer. 

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