Don’t store bananas together with apples

A certain gas makes the bananas turn brown faster.

Apples naturally emit ethylene gas, which speeds up the bananas’ ripening process. So store apples and bananas separately. Apples should ideally be stored in the fridge. Bananas, on the other hand, go grey and tasteless if they are stored at too low a temperature. They do best when store at 12-14℃.

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