Running out of room in your fridge? Taking out the things that don't belong in there in the first place could help!
Not only does it take up a lot of space, but it also dries out. (But if you are going to toast bread anyway, it will save it going mouldy...)
They will be okay to eat, but the skin will go black more quickly.
THREE. CAKES AND MERINGUES
Cakes will go hard, and meringues will go soft.
The chocolate starts to go white (fat rises to the surface) and the taste changes.
FIVE. HOT FOOD
Wait for it to cool completely, to avoid contamination and messing up your fridge temperature.
SIX. OPENED TIN CANS
The food will dry out. Decant the leftovers.
SEVEN. PRODUCTS PAST THEIR USE-BY DATE
Products past their ‘use-by’ date or any unfinished food, for obvious reasons - but they'll also start to stink out the fridge!
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