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Melons

Nothing says summer more like a wedge of watermelon or a slice of cantaloupe. If you've got yourself a melon that's ready to eat (it will smell sweet and be soft at the non-stem) but you aren't ready to cut it up yet, store it in the fridge. Melons will keeps for about 10 days in the cold temperature. Just keep in mind that fruit is most flavorful at room temperature —take your melon out of the fridge and place it on the counter and allow it to warm for about 30 minutes before serving.

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