The Mayo Clinic says that “being overweight or obese increases the risk of breast cancer,” meaning we should eat healthy foods, right? But sometimes it’s tricky to keep track of how to store those morsels when there are so many idiosyncrasies.

Eating fresh foods is an important part of a healthy lifestyle and we have the ultimate food storage guide for you. With many foods, storage is obvious: you don’t leave meat out on the counter for days on end and you don’t put bananas in the fridge (or can you?). But after some research, we found some surprising information.

Here are our top 8 tips for keeping your food fresh longer! Some of these are really surprising!

8. Garlic/Onions/Shallots –

These foods should be kept OUT of the refrigerator. They will turn mealy and often lose much of the intensity of their unique taste unless they are kept in a cool, dry place.

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