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How to Organize Your Fridge

How to organise your fridge 1 Top and middle shelves 2 Bottom shelf This is the coldest part of the fridge, so keep raw meat, fish and poultry in its sealed packaging, or place it in sealed containers on The top of the fridge is the warmest and best for pre-prepared foods such as dairy products. Store cooked meat and leftovers in sealed containers on the bottom shelf. Plus there's less risk of raw juices dripping onto ready-to-eat foods. the shelves underneath. 3 Salad crisper drawer 4 Door racks Store fruit and vegetables in the salad crisper drawer. Some come with humidity controls to retain moisture which will help certain vegetables, such as lettuce, cucumber, cauliflower, broccoli, The temperature in the door racks can fluctuate because they're exposed to the warm air of the kitchen when the door is opened. The door racks are a good place for eggs, condiments, jam and fruit juice. A lidded compartment is ideal for keeping butter and margarine extra cold. beans, carrots and leafy veg, last longer. Fridge storage tips Keep your fridge temperature below 5°C When preparing food, Store eggs in their keep it out of the fridge box in the fridge for the shortest time possible DAYS If you're having a Never put open cans in buffet, keep the food refrigerated until you're ready to serve it Refridgerate the fridge as the metal leftovers within 90 may transfer to the can's contents - place the contents in a storage container or covered bowl minutes and eat within 2 days An estimated 1 in 10 people suffer from food poisoning every year! Use-by dates Best before dates US These dates appear on foods that go off quite quickly. It can be dangerous to eat foods past this date. These dates are for foods with a longer life. They show how long the food will be at its best quality. appliance city co.uk Sources: www.which.co.uk | www.ecoworld.org.uk | www.nhs.uk

How to Organize Your Fridge

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Organizing your fridge doesn't just make it easier to grab a snack! Organizing and storing food correctly can actually help prevent cross contamination and food poisoning as well as saving you money b...

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