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Cantaloupe

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My cantaloupe tastes like nail polish remover. Anyone?

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by Jeda 13 years ago

I cut open an organic cantaloupe last night, and while it wasn't as soft and ripe as I'd hoped, it was sweet and flavorful... but it tasted strongly like nail polish remover (acetone?). Has this ha...

Burnt Cantalope

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by mometer 1 year ago

Today I was cutting up my cantaloupe for some fruit salad. I had bought it on Sunday and left it and other fruit out to ripen more. The cantaloupe was easy to cut juicy and beautifully colored an...

What to do with unripe cantaloupe?

WhatsEatingYou
by WhatsEatingYou 6 years ago

I cut up a whole cantaloupe but soon realized that it was not quite ripe yet. It is sort of crunchy and does not have the best flavor. What can I do with it? Could I bake something with it or co...

cantaloupe puree??

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by kseiverd 5 years ago

Have about a half a melon in fridge that I cut off rind a few days ago. Nice flavor but very so so texture. Plan to puree and freeze to make something with it later. What would you do with it?

Sous Vide ripening fruit

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by EclecticEater 3 years ago

I read that ripening can be done at 100 F, but for how long? Anybody have any experience with this?

Cantaloupe... Ugh.

loratliff
by loratliff 8 years ago

So, what can I do with it? FreshDirect sent me one for free, but it's probably my least favorite fruit. I can't stand eating it on its own. Any recipes to make it more palatable?

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