Fruit information and how to's to help you make the most out of the fruit that you buy!
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Learn ways and how to do this. Sometimes fruit is purchased and needs a few days to get ripe at home.
Putting fruit - such as plums - in a glass jar with a lid looks pretty on the counter top and keeps the fruit flies away.
It also allows fruit to ripen. When the fruit is as ripe as you want, the jar can be kept in the refrigerator.
Many types of fruit - avocado, bananas, pears, and peaches - will ripen better when placed in a paper bag.
To speed up the ripening process of any fruit, place an already ripe apple or banana peel in the same bag and store it at room temperature.
Make sure that you check the fruit daily so it doesn't become over ripe.
The natural ethylene produced by the fruit inside the bag will cause the fruit to ripen faster than by just setting it on a counter or leaving it in the refrigerator.
To ripen green bananas, wrap them in a damp dish towel before placing them in the bag.
Once your fruit has adequately ripened, you can stop the ripening by putting them in the refrigerator.
We hope the information lets you enjoy your favorite fruit more often.