If you keep garlic in the refrigerator, it may start to turn rubbery and sprout. Keep it in a cool and dry place.
Potatoes have high water content, so after being stored in the refrigerator, you could be left with a mushy, soft potato. If you’re cooking a meal with potatoes and you want to freeze the leftovers go for it. Cooked potatoes won’t be that mushy as if you froze them raw.
There's no need to store honey in the refrigerator. It can stay fresh even when stored outside, but make sure it is tightly sealed. In fact, keeping it in the fridge may lead to crystallization.
Never ever put an egg in freezer! When frozen, the water content inside the egg expands, which can cause the outer shell to crack and be vulnerable to bacteria. If you want to freeze your eggs, always take them out of the shell, beat until they’re well blended and store in an airtight container with a label.
Many people probably have been storing bread in the refrigerator up until now, but time to change. Keeping bread in the fridge can make it tough and chewy. The cold temperature can also make the bread go stale more quickly.