Choosing a Cantaloupe

I was taught by a 101 year old man to look for one without much green color left on the outside, then gently scrape the center of the top where the stem used to be. He used a pocket knife. If you smell cantaloupe, it's a good one and ready to eat.

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By bama03 from Houston, TX

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