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Keeping Tomatoes in Fridge May Mar Flavor Forever

It may seem practical to keep fruits and veggies from spoiling by storing them in the fridge, but there's one variety that should stay out on the counter. The New York Times reports on new research out of the University of Florida that finds when tomatoes are harbored in temps...
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