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How to Store Bananas,So They Don't Turn Black.

This article originally appeared on The first—and maybe only—rule that you need to know when it comes to storing bananas is to avoid keeping bananas in the fridge, especially before they're ripe. Bananas are tropical fruits, and, in general, tropical fruits don't handle cold storage well. That's why the best way to store bananas is at room temperature, not in the fridge, especially when they're green and not yet ripened. Placing an unripe banana in the fridge will stall the fruit's ability to ripen, and, according to the experts at Chiquita Banana, "they may not be able to resume the ripening process even if they are returned to room temperature." And you want to give your banana a chance to ripen, otherwise, you'll be stuck with a green, starchy fruit that's not pleasant to eat. As a banana ripens, it gets sweeter, softer, more aromatic—and also browner. That discoloration isn't a sign that your fruit's gone bad, though. I…

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