We all know that chicken and most dairy products belong in the refrigerator. But there are a few foods that you’ve most likely been storing wrong all along.
Although after cutting, watermelons should be kept in the fridge, beforehand they are perfectly fine sitting on the counter. The USDA even suggests that the watermelons retain more antioxidants this way. Just remember to wrap them after you cut them as when you put them in the fridge they will absorb the tastes of other food.
This sweet next in line is nearly inedible when left in the fridge.
If you like your honey syrupy, smooth, and slick then you probably shouldn’t put it in the fridge. When cold, honey will crystalize and can eventually become as hard as a rock. The granules will seize together and become not good for anyone who doesn’t want a thick, white piece of honey chunk.
Honey is a great flavoring, but this next food is a beauty all on its own.
The best way to store coffee is in an airtight container at room temperature. When it is chilled, it can lose its flavor and even build up condensation that can ruin coffee grounds. Humidity is no good for coffee grounds or beans.
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