The Ripe Challenge

produce section The Ripe Challenge

The Ripe Challenge, have you ever returned home from shopping only to see that some of the selections you made from the produce department were complete bombs?

Here are a few tips on factoring ripeness!

Potatoes

Did you know that it is important for you to look at potatoes?
Potatoes can develop a green color. This happens when they are exposed to light. This occurs on red or yellow potatoes.

The discoloration is a sign that you should be aware of. Consuming too much of it may cause nausea, headaches, or stomach aches. Be sure you look.

Pineapple

When you are picking out your pineapple so ahead and pick it up. Squeeze the fruit and check to be sure that it is firm, but not hard. Often, we just grab and go and don’t pay attention.

One trick used in Hawaii is plucking out a leaf toward the center of the crown of the pineapple. If that leaf comes out easily, then the fruit is ripe and ready to eat.

Tomatoes

When you are on the hunt for tomatoes, let your nose lead you to the best choice. You should be able to smell the tomatoes, especially on the bottom.

Look past the plumpness and redness and go to the scent to be certain that you can smell them, because without it they may be very bland tasting.

Cantaloupe & Honey Dew

When ripe, the color of the rind should be a creamy yellow rather than green, and the rind will become smooth and waxy rather than dusky.

If you press on the bottom of a ripe honeydew (the opposite end from where it’s attached to the vine), it should feel slightly soft or at least a little springy.

Corn On The Cob

When corn is ready to harvest, the cornsilk turns from a light blond color to a dark brown. When the cornsilk is dark brown all the way down to the husk, you can assume that the corn is ready to eat.

To double-check the ripeness of the corn, pull back the husk a little bit and take a peek at the kernels.

Oranges

A ripe orange should be firm with a thin, smooth skin and no soft spots. The riper the orange, the heavier the orange should feel for its size.

Peaches

You can tell if a peach is ripe or not by a gentle, yet firm squeeze (not hard enough to bruise it) with your fingers. If there’s a little bit of give there, then it means that the fruit is almost ripe but not quite.

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