Tips to Save Food Well, Anti Rot!

The need for food for the family is essential, so many mothers try to keep the stock of food ingredients as well as possible so that they don't spoil quickly—for example, egg stocks, vegetable stocks, meat, fish, and fruit stocks.

Some mothers have tried their best to properly store these food ingredients, but it is not uncommon for many foodstuffs to rot before processing.

Well, you need to try some of the following tips for storing food ingredients, so that food ingredients do not rot quickly.

Better Stored in the Refrigerator

Just stocked up on apples at home? We recommend that you keep your apples refrigerated, no more than three weeks. Even though refrigerators keep fruit and vegetables fresh, they can also rot if they are stored for too long.

As with apples, it is recommended that you keep citrus fruits in the refrigerator for no longer than two weeks. Citrus fruits rot faster than apples even after refrigerating.

Ripe Avocado
Unlike apples and oranges that can last several weeks in the refrigerator, ripe avocados can only last a few days. It's best to keep the avocado fruit for no more than four days to rot.

Various kinds of berries
Strawberries, blueberries, or blackberries are very delicious when enjoyed cold or immediately after leaving the refrigerator.

But various kinds of berries should be stored in the refrigerator for no more than five days, so they do not rot.

Just like carrots, cauliflower should also be stored in the refrigerator for no more than five days. Yes, this cauliflower rots faster, even when you've stored it in the refrigerator. So, immediately process the cauliflower and do not store it for too long.

Celery is a type of vegetable that doesn't last long even after you've refrigerated it. At the very least, store celery for no more than two days, to keep it fresh while processing.

We recommend that you store the chilies in the refrigerator so that they are durable and fresh. However, remember not to wash it first. Just wash it when you use it.

Before storing the chilies in the refrigerator, first, pick the stalks, prepare a tissue-lined container, put the chilies in the container, and then put 2-3 peeled garlic in a container. Close the container tightly, then put it in the refrigerator.

Should Not Be Stored In The Refrigerator

Do you have unripe melons? Well, you shouldn't store unripe melons in the refrigerator. Storing an unripe melon in the refrigerator will only remove the antioxidants in the melon.

It's best to keep unripe melons out of the refrigerator for no more than five days. Consume immediately after five days have passed.

Banana Fruit
Love keeping bananas in the refrigerator and hope that they don't spoil quickly when they enter the refrigerator? Wow, it looks like your guess is wrong because bananas are fresher when stored outside the refrigerator.

A physiologist, Dr. Jeffrey Brecht, quoted from, revealed that tropical fruit types such as bananas should be stored outside the refrigerator. This is because tropical fruit is usually susceptible to cold temperatures, so it is not uncommon for banana peels to turn brown after a few hours in the refrigerator.

Raw Avocado
It's best not to store unripe avocados in the refrigerator because it will only slow down the ripening process. When the avocado is still raw, store it outside the refrigerator. Only when it is cooked, and you don't want to consume it can you enter the refrigerator.

Many of us think that tomatoes should be stored in the refrigerator, but storing tomatoes in the refrigerator will only slow down their ripening and make their texture mushier.

Research from the University of Florida has shown that storing tomatoes in the refrigerator reduces the activity of the genes that cause tomatoes to produce enzymes that make sweet taste and fresh aroma. Therefore, you should store tomatoes outside the refrigerator to not change the level of maturity and taste.

Jaka Haryanto

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