Image: iStock Bananas: Although bananas can be kept correctly in the pantry, you have to think that if they are stored there, they continue to ripen. A good option for them to stay longer is that, once they are ready to eat, they are placed in the fridge. It does not matter if the shells darken, since the interior will remain ideal for eating.Butter with salt: Keep in mind that depending on whether the butter has salt or not, it can be stored in one place or another. The salt causes the bacteria to move away from a food, therefore it is correct to place it in the pantry, however this can only be done if it is in an airtight container and for a maximum of 2 weeks.Jam: Jams, like jellies, should be stored in the refrigerator once opened. This is done to prevent any bacteria from developing inside.Red wine: Once opened, the best way to properly maintain red wine is if it is stored in the refrigerator and with the cap on. By doing this, the cold is slowed down the oxidation process.Flour Tortillas: Flour tortillas are widely used to make Mexican recipes. Once opened, they last approximately one week if we put them in our pantry. However, if they are stored in the refrigerator, the time is longer.Fresh herbs: Storing fresh herbs correctly depends on what weed we are talking about. Basil, for example, can be stored in the pantry without problem. But if we talk about rosemary or thyme, we have to wash them, wrap them in paper and then in plastic to place them and keep them properly in the fridge.Peanut Butter: This type of cream can be stored without problems in the pantry in general, but this changes if we talk about a natural or organic recipe. The oils of organic butters tend to separate at normal temperature and therefore must be kept in the refrigerator and thus prevent their taste from being altered. Discover where the most common foods should be storedStore food so they don’t lose their properties Although in each house tastes and typical recipes may vary, there are some foods that can not be missing in them. Milk, butter or jam, are just a few examples of most used foods and therefore the most common in all homes. However, depending on what we are in, the way to store them may be different.Saving food is very important and not everyone is aware of how it should be done. Depending on where we store one food or another, its durability will be different and the properties will be maintained in a better way. Knowing how to store different foods can be complicated because each has its own characteristics, but so you can start doing it, we show you how to store some of them:Quick guide to know where to store some foodMustard: Mustard sauce is one of the most popular dressings. Although it can be stored in the pantry, if it is stored in the refrigerator there is a lower risk that its flavor will be lost, in addition to lasting longer.
In a post for Sales Staff, Garrett Hollander explains why having a method of quantifying ROI is vitally important for email marketing.Check out this infographic for more information on the quick survey of CMOs and the value of email marketing.“In past research, CMOs were formerly content with high post-click conversion, email opens, and clickthrough rates,” Hollander writes.Recently though, there has been a shift to consider financial ROI the primary determining factor of the value of email marketing.“It makes sense – especially in the B2B world where results are measured more by ROI and less by the ambiguity of ‘branding,’” he writes.The strange fact though, according to Hollander, is that 68% of surveyed marketers did not have a method for quantifying ROI of email marketing campaigns.“With the use of landing pages and a solid call to action paired with a serviceable lead sourcing process, determining ROI should be less daunting,” he writes.For more on email marketing, read Hollander’s full post here.Related Content from OpenView: Check out the OpenView blog for more on email marketing, including articles like 6 Traditional Marketing Techniques That You Need to Try!, Setting the Right Goals for Performance and Impact, and 6 Tips to Solve your Top Content Marketing Challenges.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to PrintPrintShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis