10 Fruits You Shouldn't Refrigerate

Bananas: Refrigerating bananas can cause the peel to turn black, but the fruit inside will remain relatively unchanged. Store bananas at room temperature until ripe.

Tomatoes: Refrigerating tomatoes can affect their texture and flavor, causing them to become mealy and lose their natural sweetness. Store tomatoes at room temperature.

Avocados: Avocados should be stored at room temperature until they ripen. Placing unripe avocados in the refrigerator can slow down the ripening process and delay.

Peaches: Peaches should be stored at room temperature until they ripen, as refrigerating them can cause them to become dry and lose their flavor. Once ripe.

Nectarines: Like peaches, nectarines should be stored at room temperature until they ripen to preserve their flavor and texture. Once ripe, you can refrigerate them to prolong.

Pears: Pears should be stored at room temperature until they ripen, as refrigerating them can cause them to become grainy and lose their flavor. Once ripe.

Mangoes: Mangoes should be stored at room temperature until they ripen, as refrigerating them can affect their texture and flavor.

Plums: Plums should be stored at room temperature until they ripen to preserve their flavor and juiciness. Once ripe, you can refrigerate them to extend their shelf.

Pineapples: Whole pineapples should be stored at room temperature until they ripen. Once ripe, you can refrigerate them for a few days to prolong their freshness.

Cherries: Stone fruits such as cherries, apricots, and pluots should be stored at room temperature until they ripen. Once ripe, you can refrigerate them to extend their shelf.

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