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Selecting a Good Cantaloupe

My mother always told me to sniff the end of the melon where the stem was attached. If you can smell cantaloupe, it's ripe. The stronger the smell, the riper it is. This has worked for me every time.


Source: I learned this from my mom, an old farm girl!

By Sandy from Memphis, TN


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