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How to Ripen a Honeydew Melon?

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Place the melon in a brown paper bag and put it in a dark cupboard that is not opened very often. Make a mental or written note so that you do not forget to take it out. Depending on how hard it was, check it in 2-3 days for softness.
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How to Ripen a Honeydew Melon
Honeydew melons sport pale-green to cream-colored rinds with light-green flesh. They taste sweeter than many other melons, with a flavor reminiscent of honey. Honeydew are eaten alone or mixed with other melons and fruits, their crisp texture and sweet... More »
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1. Inspect the honeydew prior to purchase or picking and choose the one closest to ripeness. Choose honeydew that has reached full color and has a rind that is dull, not shiny. On
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Leave it out at room temperature in a brown paper bag. Don't let it sit in the sun or it will just rot. Check the stem end for "give" every day as well as give it the "
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Honeydew was originally produced in France, and now it is found all over the world. Currently, it is most cultured in southern France and also in California. The growing season there
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n. A kind of melon (Cucumis melo) having a smooth whitish rind and green flesh. Also called winter melon .
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