Why do your vegetables go soft in the fridge?

Answer Vegetables, when placed in a cooling environment such as a refridgerator, will go hard as the water content freezes to some degree. However, as the vegetable rots, it will become softer as the fibr... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Why do your vegetables go soft in the fridge

I have a upright freezer and a fridge neither one freezes my ice cream it is always soft.?

Neither one is working correctly. Check seals, where the units are. It's heating up where I'm at and in a garage, a fridge or freezer that's not working very well can be put over the edge and break... Read More »

Vegetables growers : have any of your vegetables ever starred in a TV drama?

No, but I did have a pumpkin grow in the middle of a chain link fence. It grew around it, and looked all lumpy and weird. I submitted it to the TV show "America's Funniest Vegetables", but they s... Read More »

My hamster is stuck under fridge, anyone familiar with fridge parts?

You need to get in there and just pull him out. Hamsters cant get stuck easily because there bodies are moldable. If his fur actually is stuck, you just need to cut it with scissors and it will gro... Read More »

Does a Heinz Beans Fridge Pack NEED to be kept in the fridge?

If I remember correctly, it doesn't need to be in the fridge if it hasn't yet been opened. I can't think why it would need to be if unopened. If you're only carrying it around for a day before usin... Read More »