Your apples aren't trying to ruin your day by turning brown. Instead, they're trying to keep themselves clean.
Goro T asks: Why do the insides of apples turn brown when you cut the apple open? The insides of apples turn brown when exposed to air thanks to a built in defense mechanism against bacteria and fungus. The trigger for this is damage to the cells, such as when you cut the apple, which [&hellip
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