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Selecting a Cantaloupe

When choosing a cantaloupe I smell it on the stem end. If it smells like cantaloupe I know it's ready to eat. If selecting a cantaloupe that I want in a couple days I choose a nice firm one and then let it ripen in my pantry until it smells like a cantaloupe on the stem end.


Source: I learned this as a farm girl growing up in South Dakota.

By Judy from Aurora, MN


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