Infographic: How Long Certain Foods Really Last In The Fridge | A Black Girl's Guide To Weight Loss

Infographic: How Long Certain Foods Really Last In The Fridge

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Spotted this infographic from HellaWella on the FoodRepublic website, and I think a few things are important to note, here:

  1. The difference in time between the refrigerated time and the frozen time;
  2. The lack of fruits or vegetables on here, and
  3. The fact that some of these are things you can easily stock up on during a sale, store in a freezer and hold onto for the future.

Looking at this infographic just makes me want to buy an additional freezer. Those of you who cowpool or jar/can/preserve fruits and veggies might want to consider doing the same.

Thoughts?

The proud leader of the #bgg2wlarmy, Erika Nicole Kendall writes health, fitness, nutrition, body image and beauty, and more here at #bgg2wl. After losing over 150lbs, Kendall became a personal trainer certified in fitness nutrition, women's fitness, and weight loss from the National Academy of Sports Medicine. She now lives in New York with her family, and is working on her 4th, 5th and 6th certificates.

3 Comments

  1. Aisha

    March 5, 2012 at 4:44 PM

    According to this chart I should have expired a long time ago. I go well beyond these time limits.

  2. CurvyCEO

    March 6, 2012 at 3:13 PM

    This is a very helpful graphic. I do have ONE burning question that often does prevent me from buying/eating my fruits and veggies – I feel like they don’t last very long. Generally how long can they keep in the fridge? I mean, I know not to eat it if it’s changing colors and growing fuzz, but I am scared to death of eating rotten food (that goes for meats, dairy, whatever….)

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