10. Storing every product in the refrigerator
It’s not a good idea to store all the food you have in the fridge. Tomatoes, onions, garlic, potatoes, zucchini, eggplants, and various tropical fruits such as kiwi and mango taste better when kept warm. When stored in the fridge, these products lose their freshness and go bad more quickly.
11. Constantly flipping your food
It’s not necessary to flip your meat too often while cooking. You may end up with dried meat or unattractive fish with no coating. Just leave your future masterpiece in the pan, and don’t disturb it too often — that’s one golden rule of any chef.
12. Overboiling eggs
Have you ever found this gray substance instead of yolks and whites tasting like rubber? Actually, it has nothing to do with the quality of the eggs. Most likely, you have simply overboiled the eggs. To get the right color and texture, remove the eggs from the stove right after the water starts boiling, and leave them under the lid in hot water for about 10 minutes. This way the egg whites and yolks will get proper condition and color.