Sometimes, when I am in a supermarket, I see an apple whose some parts contain more water than the other parts.
This could be because sellers spray water on apples to keep them fresh and the water happens to leak into the apple. The water keeps staying there so long, and can not drain.
This also happens when I put a bag of apples or other fruits into my fridge. If I keep the fruits in the fridge so long, somehow some water licks into the fruits.
I hate eating these watery fruits, which taste horrible.
I don't know what is the correct and common adjective to express that.
Is it correct to say "the apple is soaked/stale/soggy with water" or "the apple is watery"?