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It's been my experience that it depends on the circumstances. If a tomato is perfectly ripe, a day

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Posted to Thread #27800 at 7:53 pm on Jul 13, 2015

or two in the fridge is probably better than on the counter. Of course, best case scenario is eating them soon after they leave the vine but I don't have that option. I have often refrigerated half a tomato for a day and have not noticed an appreciable difference. I think if the tomato has flavor to begin with, a short stay in the fridge doesn't hurt it.

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