Why shouldn’t you store food in open metal containers in a Fridge?
More acidic foods like fruits and tomatoes will slowly break it down and causes traces of the metal alloys to get into your food. Potentially causing some rather nasty health issues. Leaving food uncovered leaves it open to contaminates like airborne bacteria and other germs as well ass allowing air to come directly into contact with the food. Air allowing to circulate like that can cause premature spoiling.
by CWanamaker 7 years ago
How many times do you open the fridge hoping you'll find food when its actually empty?We're all guilty of this. Do we hope food will materialize? What's the deal?
by wiserworld 5 years ago
Do you wrap your left over food in plastic and keep it in the fridge? What are some alternatives?
by sarovai 8 years ago
Some people they keep the cooked food in the fridge for nearly 3days. I do not like such food , and I insist them not to keep cooked food in fridge. How do you see? Is it the right way? or how days you are keeping the cooked food in fridge?
by Venkatachari M 2 years ago
How do you store Banana fruits for more than 2 days?I am fed up with it. We can't store them in a fridge. And keeping outside also does not work. They get black and begin rotting within 2 days. I have to buy only 6 to 8 each time. That is our 2 days consumption. If I buy more, I have to throw them...
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by Marissa 5 years ago
If the power goes out, how can you keep the food in your fridge cold?Besides keeping the door to the refrigerator closed, is there anything else that can be done to keep the food cold for the longest possible amount of time?
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