There are a few rules of storing food in your fridge to follow in order to keep your fridge organized. Perhaps you think that when you throw your food in the fridge, it does all the work, but it’s much more complicated than you think.
Food storage rules to follow are all about preventing cross-contamination of raw v cooked, fresh v processed, and making better use of the varying temperatures of certain areas of your fridge. Here are a few tips to follow:
1. Salads and vegetables
To stay fresh the longest, vegetables and salads prefer not extreme cold and less humidity. The vegetable/salad drawer is the moistest place in the fridge. Isn’t it great how manufacturers really help us with how to keep our fridge organized by giving us plenty of compartments, spaces and drawers?