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I have to buy zucchinis in bulk for my business
When they are starting to go bad, they get a little soft, and the skin looks wrinkly
When they are really gone, they have squishy soft spots
And finally, when they are rotten they are squishy and smell bad
Yours sound as though they are still fine.
Sounds like they are still OK, but there is a small chance they are not soft because your fridge is so cold they’re semifrozen. Let them come to room temp and check them again before using them.
Zucchini squash can be used in several
different ways. A good squash can be pickled,
stir-fried or baked into various recipes . Obtaining a zucchini squash that is ripe and
firm to the touch is critical to getting a quality
product to consume. Knowing the signs of
when a zucchini squash has gone bad can help
prevent you from getting food poisoning or
ruining a meal.
Inspect the zucchini squash (or "zucchini")
visually to recognize signs of abnormality.
Discoloring on the surface, such as graying,
can be a signal that the squash is beginning to
rot or has some mildewing. You should also
look for deep scars or damaged skin. Smell the zucchini for rotten odor. Any odor
that doesn’t seem appealing or natural to
your squash can be a sign that it is beginning
to go bad. Ensure that the odors are not
coming from other produce around the
squash. Squeeze the squash and judge the texture.
Sometimes rot from untreated pests or
disease in the zucchini can cause the
vegetable to feel different. If the zucchini is
not as firm as it should be, consider using it
immediately because this may mark the onset of degradation. Cut into the zucchini. This will help you notice
discoloration on the inner flesh of the
vegetable. Look for dark pitting, jelly-like
discoloration or abnormal coloration from the
almost-white flesh of the plant. You may be
able to cut away the discolored parts of the squash and salvage it if used immediately.
They go all soft and mushy. The skin scrapes off. I guess you were lucky!
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