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We straightened out some misconceptions about foods that don’t go in the fridge. Now here are 7 foods that will benefit from the chill of the icebox.
Restaurants go through a bottle in no time, but most home kitchens don’t. Keep ketchup fresh in the refrigerator for up to 3 months.
All those oils can and will turn rancid at room temperature (ick!). Store all your buttery goodness in the fridge or the freezer. Defrost frozen sticks in the refrigerator overnight.
Whether you buy it warm or cold, once you crack open the sealed cap, juice needs to stay cool. Are open bottles of juice hogging space in your fridge? Make homemade ice pops.
Natural Peanut Butter
No preservatives here! Keep natural peanut butter fresh and prevent separating by storing in the chill of the fridge.
Prevent the growth of mold or yeast (which loves sugar) by storing syrup in the refrigerator for up to 3 months.
Dressings, especially ones made with dairy, fruit or citrus need to be preserved after opening. Even if you make your own, keep it chilled.
The bitter flavor of rotten sesame oil will ruin any recipe. Get more mileage out of that bottle when it’s kept below 40-degrees F.
The old butter verses margarine controversy is back in the spotlight. With many folks favoring wholesome, natural foods, margarine has now taken a backseat to butter. But can this full fat delight be part of a healthy diet?