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Tips for Organizing A Refrigerator for Maximum Freshness

After a tiring trip to and from the supermarket, it is tempting to quickly unload the haul so that you can kick back and relax or carry out other household chores. However, carefully stocking your refrigerator helps in cutting down food waste not to mention the risk of foodborne sickness.

Good food storage habits take into account the fact that the climate conditions vary in the fridge. The door bins and top shelves are warmer than the bottom shelves, and the deli compartments. Crisper drawers, however, can often be adjusted to increase or reduce the level of moisture depending on what is to be put inside.

Keep reading to see how you can hold your refrigerator. While the refrigerator layout differs slightly, the same basic storage principles should deliver optimal results.

Normally, the temperatures on the door climb a little more degree higher than the rest of the chamber. This temperature is a little too high for storing things like milk and eggs despite the fact that some refyrigerators have gallon door bins and egg-shaped compartments that loom like ideal places to store these foods. Instead, the door should be reserved for items that can stand warmer temperatures including water, juice, cooking oils, butter and soda.

The deli storage option is common in the French-door bottom-freezers where it typically sits beneath the crisper drawers. This is a helpful feature especially if the temperature can be adjusted to hold a range of foods. Foods that fit in this bin include deli meats, cheeses, beacons and hot dogs.

Crisper drawers are designed to fit crop. Often, many refrigerators can have the level of humidity adjusted from high which is suitable for most wilting greens, to low, which is best for many fruit types and some vegetables with thin skin that require air that is a bit dryer. Even if your crisper drawers are unjust able, you can keep maximum freshness around your fridge with the following division by keeping produce that reacts similarly together.
Low-humidity drawers, store such produce like grapes, melons, apples, summer squash, pepper, nectarines, and mushrooms.
High-humidity drawer should contain things like carrots, broccoli, green onions, cauliflower, and leafy greens.

The the lower shelf is located in the center of the fridge and tends to be the coldest part of the fridge. This compartment is ideal for storing items that are more susceptible to growing harmful bacteria including eggs, milk, raw fish, meat, and poultry.

The upper shelves are typically the warmest with temperatures inmost cases reaching up to 40?F. Some food items to be stored here include jam and jelly, peanut butterm leftovers, yogurt and peanut butter.

Knowing the type of food that goes where in the fridge will help prevent spoiling. You must also know what doesn’t belong to the fridge such as bread, onions, tomatoes, bananas, garlic, potatoes, and coffee.

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