Tomatoes are most commonly seen in the fridge! This is a wrong thing since tomatoes wrinkle out and get mushy at such a low temperature. Keep them out in the dry for a few days and see- they remain fresh and plump. At room temperatures, tomatoes also develop their flavours which won’t happen in the fridge.
How many of you have a habit of storing cakes in the fridge? After every birthday party, the remaining cake is often tossed in the fridge. This just makes it stiff and cakes lose all of the moisture. If the cake has fresh cream over it, they too harden and it certainly doesn’t feel like cake. Fruit cakes especially pineapple changes taste overtime in the fridge. Always keep cakes in air tight containers and at room temperatures or winter cool temperatures.