DON'T put your tomatoes in the fridge! Chilling the fruit leads to an 'insipid' flavour

Storing tomatoes in the fridge washes out the flavour, according to US scientists.
The cold temperature, anything below 12˚C, has been found to hamper enzymes that help develop the taste.
The net effect is that while tomatoes kept in cold storage may look red and juicy, the taste is likely to be ‘insipid’.
The discovery by academics at the University of Florida goes a long way to explaining why a sun-ripened tomato from a market stall in Spain or Greece taste so much better than those on supermarket shelves.
It also demonstrates that value of growing your own in this country and eating them... read more

17 October 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 41
Source: Daily Mail

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