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How Long Do Apples Last? Shelf Life, Storage, Expiration

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Apr 21, 2015 ... How Long Does Apples Last? ... How to tell if Apples are bad, rotten or spoiled? Practicing ... How to use extra before your Apples go bad?

Why Does Food Rot? | Wonderopolis

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Although rotting is a natural process that all foods eventually go through if left exposed ... To the contrary, you should dispose of any food you believe may be rotten, so that ... In other words, once you pick an apple, it begins to die immediately.

How to Tell if an Apple Is Still Good to Eat? | LIVESTRONG.COM

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Feb 2, 2014 ... Wash the apple in cold water, checking the surface for brown spots, indentations or soft spots that ... apple might feel dry instead of juicy, while a soft apple might be excessively mushy or rotten. ... When Good Foods Go Bad.

Why does food decay? - Science Sparks

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Mar 5, 2012 ... Have you ever noticed that if you leave an apple (or any fruit ) for too long it starts to go bad or decay. This is because micro-organisms such as ...

Why do apples rot? | Reference.com

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However, once picked, oxygen in the air begins breaking down the apple's cells and eventually the cells react, turning the fruit soft, brown and rotten. Rotting is a  ...

If Genetically Modified Apples Don't Brown, Can You Tell If They're ...

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Sep 26, 2012 ... But if the apple doesn't go brown, then how do you tell if it's rotten? An apple with just oxidative browning isn't automatically rotten. Rotting ...

Why do apples turn brown when you cut them? - UCSB Science Line

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Remember these yummy apple pies with brown apples on top? Apples turn brown when exposed to air because of the oxidation process that ... The fridge also slows the metabolic reactions of bacteria, thus making food take much longer to go ...

Does One Bad Apple Really Spoil the Whole Bunch? | Mental Floss

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Aug 7, 2014 ... We've all heard the saying "one bad apple spoils the whole bunch," and have probably seen instances where it does apply to people, but does ...

diagnosis - Why are my apples rotting on the tree? - Gardening ...

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Sep 17, 2011 ... I recently bought a home that has an apple tree in the backyard. ... Then if the unaffected apples are ready for harvest I would go ahead & harvest them. ... conversation and ask them if they have had to deal with rotten apples.

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Jul 9, 2014 ... Basically for the same reason that human hair, eyes and skin is brown, too. Not that we're calling you rotten. Quick Questions explains! ----------