لا تضعها في الفريزر مباشرةً

By Eid al-Adha, most people store meat in refrigerators and freezers for later consumption as needed, but many make mistakes in storing meat, which can lead to loss of nutritional value or other health problems.

يلجأ أغلب الأشخاص، مع حلول عيد الأضحى، لتخزين اللحوم في داخل الثلاجات والفريزر لاستهلاكها في وقت لاحق على حسب الحاجة، لكن عدد كبير منهم يرتكبون أخطاءً في تخزين اللحوم مما قد يؤدي لفقدها لقيمتها الغذائية أو تسببها في مشكلات صحية أخرى

في هذا الصدد، حذر الدكتور حمدي عبد السميع، أستاذ صحة وسلامة الغذاء بجامعة بنها، من تكييس اللحوم وتخزينها في الفريزر بعد الذبح مباشرة، موضحًا أن ذلك يؤدي إلى حدوث تغيرات كيميائية في اللحوم أوما يسمى بـ التيبس الرُمي

:هناك بعض الأطعمة الأخرى التي يجب ألا تضعها في الثلاجة

Oils

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I’m not sure if this is classified as a food so much as a food ingredient, but nonetheless, putting oils into the fridge tends to turn them into a stodgy, almost butter-spread-like consistency. This is more common with olive and coconut oils, which tend to solidify at cooler temperatures and take a long time to become liquid again.

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Coffee

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In its ground or bean form, coffee should never be stored within the realms of your fridge. The trouble with coffee is that’s practically a sponge with smells around it, so if placed in the fridge, the coffee will begin to absorb any smell that’s in your fridge and the whole batch will never go back to it’s original arabica flavor.

Another problem is that with the instant change of temperature, moisture begins to come off the coffee, which basically de-saturates the flavor right out of the bean.

Tomatoes

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The biggest problem with storing tomatoes in the fridge is that the cold temperature begins to play havoc with the texture and makes the tomato mealy. Ever had a salad with that tomato that tasted mushy and practically had ice crystals inside it? Chances are those tomatoes have been in cold storage for a while.

Onions

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Much like tomatoes, onions tend to become incredibly mushy or moldy if left in the fridge for too long. If the onion has been cut, then the layers begin the process of drying up even if you do wrap it up tightly. Also, cut onions tend to engulf the location it’s currently in with its smell, which is why a lot of wooden chopping boards make everything taste like onion after a while.

Potatoes

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The cold temperature generally starts to break down the starch within potatoes; therefore, refrigerating it will leave you with a sweet or gritty potato, which rarely tastes good at this stage no matter what you do with it.

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