You know how they say that you shouldn't keep your tomatoes in the fridge, because they won't taste as good? I wonder--Does this mean you should never keep them there, because it will permanently harm the flavor? Or just that you shouldn't keep them there just before you eat them, because they taste better warm? I like to keep extras in the fridge sometimes, when I won't be using them right away--especially if they are fully ripe, and in danger of becoming overly ripe. Any tomato flavor experts out there?