Tips for preserving food are always good for health
Mistakes in storage can cause your food to spoil unexpectedly quickly and cause health problems.
DO: store in their original container on the refrigerator compartment. Under such conditions, the eggs can hold for 3-4 weeks.
DO NOT: put eggs in the refrigerator door as this is a place where heat fluctuations are easy.
DO: put meat in its own compartment - specially designed for cool air and can store meat 3-5 days from the date of sale.
DO NOT: forget to wrap, wrap meat.
3. Solid cheese
DO: wrap in moisture-proof plastic film or aluminum foil. They will help keep the cheese for 2-4 months.
DO NOT: Throw away if outside is moldy. If the outside is moldy, cut the mold away and cut it deep into about 1cm and throw it away, we can safely eat inside.
DO: store yogurt at a temperature of about 4 degrees, the temperature appropriate for your fridge. It will help preserve yogurt for 10-14 days.
DO NOT: be afraid to see the membrane on a carton of milk, you simply stir it up.
DO: store milk in a cool place and have the coldest temperature in the refrigerator to extend the storage time of milk.
DON'T: place them near or on the refrigerator door, the heat area is prone to change and is usually hotter than other areas.
6. Nuts and seeds
DO: store at room temperature if you plan to eat them for 1-2 months. If you do not put them in the refrigerator, where can be stored for up to 1 year.
DON'T: be near hot place, can cause oil in nuts quickly broken down.
7. Cereals and flour
DO: regularly use cereal can be kept at room temperature, in as cool as dry place as possible. Less used grains should be stored in the drawer so they can be stored longer.
DO NOT: forget to store in airtight containers, as they are the best way to help cereal against vermin-invaders.
DO: limit exposure to air, light and heat. Keep closed when not in use and should be stored in a dark glass container (or wrapped in a light-colored bottle in foil).
DON'T: connect them near furnaces, as heat damages oil faster.
DO: make sure to leave leftovers in the refrigerator no more than 2 hours after cooking. Choose a large, shallow container so the food gets cold quickly and evenly as soon as possible.
DON'T: for more than 5 days.
10. Fresh meats
DO: wrap in 2 pockets or packaging.
DO NOT: store near cooked food in the refrigerator. If raw meat is not well wrapped, it may leak, posing a risk of spreading germs.
DO: store in a dark, sealed bag / box and away from heat.
DO NOT: store in the freezer. Giving coffee in and out of the freezer every day creates thermal fluctuations, affecting its taste. This place is perfect only when you want to store a large amount of unused coffee for a long time.