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Foods You Shouldn’t Place In Your Refrigerator

BuzzFeedBlue via YouTube

Now I’m no foodie and I never really think about it when it comes to placing things in the refrigerator, but it’s recently come to my attention that there are some things that you shouldn’t place in your refrigerator. Placing certain food items in refrigerator that don’t need to be there can cause it to dry up, turn into crystallized sugar, absorb odors from other foods, wilt prematurely or even change the texture of the food itself! Among those things are tomatoes, bread, potatoes and hard alcohol! I was educated on this thanks to a short video from BuzzFeedBlue! See what other foods you shouldn’t be placing in your refrigerator.

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