Rice. The risk of improper storage of surplus rice is greater than that of improper heating. The key reason is that rice can easily breed bacillus at room temperature. The correct storage method is to cool the leftovers at room temperature for 1 hour (no more than 1.5 hours), then refrigerate in the refrigerator for no more than 1 day. Leftover food should not be heated repeatedly, had better eat all after a heating.
Chicken. The remaining chicken should be covered (or covered with a plastic film) and cooled at room temperature, then refrigerated for up to 3 days. Take it out of the refrigerator and heat it no more than once, at least 75 ℃, and heat it through.
Beef and mutton. Red meat, such as beef and mutton, can be refrigerated in the refrigerator for several days. If heated, it is best to remove the red meat from the refrigerator and place it at room temperature for a period of time, then heat it up for consumption.Microwave heating can damage the texture of steak and roast meat and affect the taste. The best heating method is to fry oil in a pan, each side can be fried for 60 seconds.
Potatoes. The whole uncut potato can be refrigerated for 3 days after it is cooked. Cooked potatoes should be heated on low heat or dried fried, microwave heating or water heating easy to make potatoes taste worse.
Green leafy vegetables. Spinach, rapeseed and other green vegetables cooked should be placed at room temperature to cool down, and then put into the refrigerator to refrigerate, before eating with microwave oven heating.
Dairy products. Milk, yoghurt and other dairy products should be packaged in the refrigerator refrigerated. If it has been poured into a glass or bowl, cover it with a plastic film and refrigerate it in the refrigerator.
Canned food. After canned beans or soup is opened, it is not appropriate to keep the remaining food in the original container, otherwise it is easy to cause the food to appear “metal flavor”. You can pour the rest of the food into another container, then cover it with a plastic film and refrigerate it.
In particular, experts stressed that no food, such as chicken, rice or dairy products, should be kept for more than three days. When heating in microwave oven, it is necessary to stir properly to avoid food sterilization and increase the risk of food poisoning.