How to Ripen a Honeydew Melon?

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A honeydew melon is a variety of muskmelon that originated in France and is considered the sweetest of all melons. Honeydew has a round to slightly oval shape, typically 15 €“22 cm (5.9 €“8.7 in) long. The flesh of honeydew is usually pale green in color, while the smooth peel ranges from greenish to yellow.
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Honeydew Melons have smooth skin.  Typically, Honeydews are pale green on the inside with a pastel green tint to their skin.  When you allow them to ripen (they will ripen on the counter or in the refrigerator) the sweet scent... More »
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1. Store the honeydew melon at room temperature for two to four days to allow it to ripen fully. After the melon ripens, you can continue to store it in the refrigerator for as many
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Honeydew was originally produced in France, and now it is found all over the world. Currently, it is most cultured in southern France and also in California. The growing season there
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n. A kind of melon (Cucumis melo) having a smooth whitish rind and green flesh. Also called winter melon .
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