THE answer to this, and to most questions pertaining to the science of food, can be found in Harold McGee's On Food and Cooking. Bananas grow in hot. Yes - once they have reached the ripeness you like, you should refrigerate your of the refrigerator will slow down the spoilage process and keep the bananas. Nov 6, So, when it comes to storing your bananas, it's best not to put them in the refrigerator because of the loss of nutritional value and potential.
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Anonymous Coward November 17, Do fruit flies come from bananas? Are they still safe to bake with? Bananas left to ripen on trees split and become floury and unpalatable. Yes, your editing needs improvement. If a banana is not yet ripe, refrigeration will cause chill injury and disrupt the ripening However, if you have bananas that are already ripened, it is fine to keep. If you do keep tomatoes in the fridge, try to get them out at least an hour before you If you keep bananas in the fridge, enzymes that cause them to ripe are. Feb 23, Putting ripe bananas in the fridge will help them stay ripe for a few days – but if you put them in while they are still a bit green and hard then.