The refrigerator is without a doubt, the first place you would think of storing food items, especially perishable food items. And of course, it’s a great way to store food, lock the freshness in, and extend the life of most foods. But, aren’t you getting it wrong sometimes? Shouldn’t some of those foods be stored differently than your first modern-day refrigerator instinct? Aren’t they foods that don’t belong in your fridge?
1. Hard Cheese
Hard cheeses usually undergo about 6 months of curing, and when this is done, it’s stable enough to be stored anywhere else but the fridge. Storing hard cheeses in the fridge hardens it more, so that it’s hard like rock.