I don't think so. I regularly keep green papaya in my fridge and it has always stayed green. You can eat it that way. It makes a great salad if you shred it and add other veggies like diced tomatoes and shredded carrots. Yum! The traditional dressing is with fish sauce, but you could substitute soy sauce.
The temperature in the cabinet is higher than in refrigerator and fruit tend to ripen faster in hotter temperatures. Those fruits which are placed in refrigerator are at temperature lower than the room temperature and do not ripen that fast
Counter They ripen slower than normal in a refrigerator.
All fruit produce ethylene gas as they ripen. Ethylene also makes fruit ripen in return. A fridge cools and contracts ethylene, while a cabinet does not (Boyles Law).
they need sunlight to ripen
Tomatoes need sunlight to ripen. The development will be inhibited in the fridge
Having the banana in a plastic bag at room temperature will ripen it sooner than placing it in the refrigerator.
To ripen fruit, you should place it in a brown paper bag and NOT the refrigerator as previously answered
Place the green bananas in a paper bag with an apple and close the bag. They will ripen overnight.
The skin goes brown faster in the refrigerator, while the fruit does not ripen further.
no, they are orange
Oranges generally won't ripen once removed from the tree.
the bags are semipermeable and allow the release of ethylene gas, which is know to cause surrounding fruit the ripen faster. One bad apple...
Papayas are in their peak season from June until September, though they are available in supermarkets year round. They are usually harvested while still green, and will then ripen within one to two weeks.
No, it ripens faster in the refriderater.
Because the tomatoes are first green when they are not ripen and not ready to eat. They turn red which means its ripen and ready to eat.
Store it in a brown paper bag in a dark place (not the refrigerator).
Bannanas are green until they ripen, and then they turn yellow.
I think you mean an apple will ripen bananas or green tomatoes. The apples as they ripen give off gas that aids and speeds up the ripening of other fruits, like placed in a brown bag with bananas or tomatoes and other fruits. Apples stored in the frige crisper drawer will make other fruits ripen quickly, thus go bad before you use them too.
Other fruits will not be damaged if placed in a bag with a banana. However, other fruits will ripen faster when placed in a paper bag with a banana. Some may ripen so fast that they spoil.
As written, the question makes no sense. What is it you want to know? Does a green banana ripen faster than an apple? Why do green bananas ripen faster than apples?
well, if you LIKE green bananas: eat it. if you DON'T: wait for it to ripen
Dole says that they brown faster in the refrigerator but they stay solid and fresh on the inside. Some people ripen their bananas outside the frig. and then place them in the refrigerator.
if it is still green and has been cut / removed from the plant then it will not ripen the same as it would have if it had ripened on the vine. Strawberries aren't like tomatoes they will not taste good if picked green. Must be red before picking.