Doesn't mayo HAVE to go in the fridge?
Most of it goes in our pantry. Jam and sauces, once opened, go in the fridge.
We go by what it says to do on jar
Peanut butter pantry
Last edited by Kazza78; 17-06-2015 at 10:57.
Once things are open, I refrigerate them. Most things say refrigerate after opening.
Spreads in the pantry. *oh edit- except for jam, that goes in the fridge.
Condiments in the fridge.
I get irrationally cranky about people arguing that tomato sauce belongs in the pantry. It says to refrigerate it on the bottle!!!
Last edited by CMF; 17-06-2015 at 11:37.
Tomato sauce in the pantry (hasn't killed any one in my family yet and we've done it all our lives, lol)
Vegemite either or, sometimes it ends up in the fridge, other times the pantry
All others (jam/dressings/mayo etc) stored in fridge once opened.
Eta- the tomato sauce thing, I've seen it discussed on here before and I think it has to do with people not liking cold sauce on hot food. It's funny, I just opened my fridge and realise I do keep other sauces in my fridge (BBQ, sweet chilli, burger sauce, mustard) but not the the ketchup!
Last edited by ~Marigold~; 17-06-2015 at 11:28.
Fridge: Vegemite, Jam, Sauce, mayo.
Pantry: Peanut butter, nutella
DF'S family do it backwards with sauce, vegemite, butter in the pantry and only jam and mayo in the fridge. They also keep eggs out on the bench.
Sauces, peanut butter and Nutella in pantry
Jam, Mayo, Vegemite in fridge
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