35. Whole Spices

Advertisements Whole spices, such as cinnamon sticks and whole cloves, retain their flavor better outside the refrigerator. Keep them in a cool, dry place. Advertisements

34. Flour

Advertisements Flour can absorb moisture in the refrigerator, affecting its quality. Store it in airtight containers in the pantry. Advertisements

33. Jam

Advertisements Due to its high sugar content, jam can be safely stored in the pantry until opened. Refrigerate it only after opening. Advertisements

32. Syrups

Advertisements Syrups, like pancake syrup, do not need to be refrigerated. The high sugar content acts as a natural preservative. Advertisements

31. Peanut Butter

Advertisements Peanut butter does not require refrigeration and can be stored in the pantry for convenience. Advertisements

30. Nutella

Advertisements Nutella can become hard and difficult to spread when refrigerated. Keep it in the pantry for easy use. Advertisements

29. Soy Sauce

Advertisements Soy sauce has a high sodium content, making it safe at room temperature. Its flavor can be better appreciated when not chilled. Advertisements

28. Cake Batter

Advertisements Refrigerating cake batter can affect the rise and texture of the baked cake. It’s best to bake it immediately or freeze the batter for later use. Advertisements

27. Wine

Advertisements Wine is best stored on its side in a wine rack or cellar, as refrigeration can dull its flavors. Advertisements

26. Champagne

Advertisements Chilling champagne is fine for short periods, but extended refrigeration can alter its taste. Store it in a cool, dark place. Advertisements