You've just snacked on rice cakes. Why are you still hungry?
Everyone knows you should put spinach and berries in the refrigerator, but how do cooler temperatures keep most fruits and vegetables from spoiling rapidly?
Mmm, there's nothing like a fresh slice of watermelon until, oops, you just swallowed a seed!
Variety in color stimulates our appetites. The more colors thrown together, the more we eat. Learn more on this Moment of Science.
Ever been inadvertently sprayed with water as you reached into the vegetable bin at the grocery store? What's the point of spraying fruits and vegetables?
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With all this respiration, the banana eventually processes all the starches available. And that’s when it begins to die. Those brown spots are rot and decay.
It’s commonly said that cooked fruits and vegetables are not as good for you as raw ones. Is this statement true? Find out on today’s Moment of Science.
Playing dead doesn't seem like much of a strategy, but it works for the opossum, commonly known as the possum.