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From the humblest pea to the immensest squash.

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As stated by Jefromi back in a similar question; The crisper provides a somewhat enclosed environment, which prevents moisture from escaping as rapidly. Vegetables keep best at a certain humidity … , higher than that typically found in the rest of the fridge, but not so high that condensation starts accumulating on them. Vegetables kept in too-dry air in the rest of the fridge will tend to dry …
answered Mar 5 '13 by chaosentity