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fruit - namely, apples.
Jam - it just is weird.
there are more.
bread is just soggy and icky
Don't have a problem with refigerated jam, but don't really see the point in storing it there either.
If I may perform a quick switcheroo:
People who DON'T put ketchup in the fridge: BASTARDS
my bird makes me put everything in the fucking fridge. AND we had some weevles a few weeks ago so now ALL FOOD ITEMS IN CUPBOARDS must be either in a bag or tied up with elastic bands. GREAT
luckily shes out on weds. time to party.
doesn't mean i like the cold bread though.
If it's 30 degrees out and humid as hell in your kitchen then your choice is cold bread or no bread because it's a home of mould.
It isn't hard to work that one out, is it? Retards.
This is just what happens in summer. HELLO? 30C days and humidity. You do actually live in London like the rest of us? Maybe not...
1/2 a jar of minging red pesto
Mostly frozen or in CUPBOARDS!
and the kettle and toaster.
and yet consider putting bread in there bizarre?
The mind boggles.
Obey the ketchup yeah? Shees.
and it's never gone off. It's full of vinegar and sugar to keep it sweet. I don't wanna put cold sauce on hot food
that would be enough to get you through the first round of masterchef, I'm telling you.
And I can distinguish between a chip and a sauteed potato?
if that helps.
dairy absolutely goes in the fridge.
also, ketchup does too, just cause. and jam. idk chutney.
chutney has vinegar. Ketchup has both.
Butter in the fridge means it goes rock hard so it's harder to use, keep it out of the fridge - especially if it's been salted. It takes like a month to go off (unless it's really warm, like 25+ celcius)
heating up and cooling down speeds to spoiling process.
Besides, it's hassle. If I went some bread and butter, I don't tend to plan ahead for it. Plus the butter's just fine on the side in it's little butter dish.
I live on my own, there's plenty of room in the fridge for stuff.
Two types of chili sauce
Sundried tomatoes in oil
it fucks them up
my step dad breeds varieties of spud for walkers....he is something of an expert AND he keeps them in the fridge. Goes without saying that they will keep for longer in de fridge.
but we don't have anywhere cool to keep them otherwise. the house is ALWAYS baking
is bollocks. it says it on fucking everything pretty much.
also i believe hp says not to, or at least doesn't say you should