What’s Wrong with Yellow Limes?
Whenever you encounter limes with a yellow tinge creeping over their bright-green rinds, is your first reaction to reject them as spoiled? Not so fast! The main reason most limes turn yellow is that they're ripening. Commercial growers harvest unripe limes because they ship and store better that way. Yellow limes aren't bad, but we explain why you might want to stick with green ones anyway.