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Where To Keep Groceries: In The Fridge Or In Room Temperature?

The million-dollar question has finally been answered!

Main image via USA Today

We’ve always had a lot of questions after grocery shopping and unpacking our things at home—what should be stored in the fridge? Not to fear. Here’s a handy list to help clear the confusion…

#1 Processed peanut butter

Where to keep: Room temperature

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Peanut butter is processed in a way that lasts for a long shelf life, even after opening. You won’t have to store it in the fridge as nothing will melt.

#2 Unprocessed peanut butter

Where to keep: Fridge

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There may be some peanut butter that is made naturally. Sometimes, it’s just ground peanuts. If this is the case, it’s better to store natural, unprocessed peanut butter in the fridge to prevent the oils from becoming rancid.

#3 Coffee beans

Where to keep: Room temperature

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If you store coffee beans in the fridge, they can collect moisture easily and that will take away the flavour. So, leave coffee beans at room temperature but always remember to store ground coffee in an airtight container or bag to retain the flavour.

#4 Mixed nuts

Where to keep: Fridge

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Some nuts have healthy oils that can become rancid if you leave them in a pantry. It’s best to keep nuts in a sealed bag and store them in the fridge.

#5 Soy sauce

Where to keep: Room temperature

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Fermented from soybeans, soy sauce can be left at room temperature.

#6 Butter

Where to keep: Fridge

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Despite the fact that nobody likes to be served cold, hard butter, this item must be kept in the fridge. As a dairy product, butter could spoil easily if not stored in the fridge.

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