This sticky, sweet stuff should not go in the fridge. Honey is known to seize up and crystallise in cold temperatures. Room-temperature is the ideal temperature level for this sweetener.
Although keeping bread in the fridge keeps mould at bay, it also dries out the loaf. Instead, store extra bread in the freezer and bring to room temperature when you are ready to eat them. If you go through bread a lot, it’s best to keep it out on the counter.
For an optimal nutty flavour, it’s best to store nuts in an airtight container in the pantry or cupboard. “Nuts don’t need refrigeration. They don’t have enough moisture to support rapid bacterial growth, so they can be stored safely at room temperature for up to three months,” say certified professional in food safety, Katie Heil. “That being said, refrigeration can prolong the quality of the nuts. It’s up to people’s discretion whether they refrigerate them or not.”