Results for - To Fridge or Not To Fridge

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1. Tomatoes tend to get mushy and flavorless when refrigerated, it doesn't happen over night but it does happen. If you have ripe tomatoes and you like them cold, you can store them in the fridge for a day or two without a problem but any longer you may get a mushy, tasteless fruit. Do you store your tomatoes in the fridge?

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2. Keeping potatoes in your refrigerator will turn the starch into sugar which may make the potatoes darken during cooking, develop a gritty texture and an unpleasantly sweet taste. How do you store your potatoes?

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3. Refrigerating bread tends to make it stale but if you usually make toast with it, then it shouldn't be a problem. I freeze my bread and just take out the slices as needed and it is always fresh. Do you keep your bread in the refrigerator?

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4. I keep my ketchup/catsup in the fridge after opening it. Where do you keep your ketchup/catsup?

Refrigerator
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Cupboard/counter top
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02/27/2016 Food & Drink 2074 29 By: rrhoda222
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