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Science explains why refrigerators sap the flavor from ripe tomatoes

If you’re one of those people who puts tomatoes in the fridge, you are going to want to stop. Now. Sure, chilling a tomato will keep it looking fresh for a longer period of time than if you left it on the counter, but it will also drain all that earthy, slightly grassy, distinctive tomato taste...
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