Fruits

Fruits

Fruits and information about their composition. Storage, choice and consumption of different types of fruits . Exotic and tropical fruits .
QuincesFruitsQuinces
25 Sept.
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RambutanFruitsRambutan
25 Jan.
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TamarilloFruitsTamarillo
02 Sept.
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Cherry PlumsCherry PlumsCherry plums are round and colored yellow or red. Over the years, chefs have found use for cherry plums in various marmalades, jams, nectars, compotes, dried fruit mixes and even pickled and canned foods.
PrunesPrunesPrunes are the fruits of the flowering plant Prunus domestica, belonging to the Prunoidae subfamily of the Rosaceae family. Based on some sources, prunes were cultivated in China, eventually spreading west and to other regions around the world.
Finger LimeFinger LimeThe finger lime (Citrus australasica) is an exotic citrus plant from the Rutaceae family. Interestingly, finger limes come in all sorts of colors, including green, red, orange, yellowish, brown, purple, wine-colored and even black.
Buddha's HandBuddha's HandBuddha's hand is an exotic citrus fruit possessing a strange shape. Buddha's hand bears the unusual name for its unique shape, reminding of a human hand with extremely well defined fingers.
LucumaLucumaLucuma is one of the most famous fruits in Peru and has been used in local rituals and traditions for millennia. Powdered lucuma is an excellent natural sweetener that can substitute sugar perfectly.
NoniNoniNoni is the fruit of the evergreen tree Morinda citrifolia which belongs to the Rubiaceae family. Noni is native to French Polynesia but is found throughout the entire Pacific Ocean region. Noni has green or yellow fruits.
Sugar PalmSugar PalmSugar palm(Borassus flabellifer) is a type of palm tree commonly seen in Nepal, India and many other Asian countries. Sugar palm fruits are highly nutritious.
SalakSalakSalak takes its place among the top 20 fruits that are relatively unknown to most people in the world but are however, incredibly healthy and delicious. Salak is one exotic fruit that is definitely worth trying.
Black SapoteBlack SapoteUnripened black sapote fruits have a shiny surface, bright green color and are incredibly hard. Black sapote is generally consumed raw, as a substitute for chocolate.
TamarindTamarindTamarind is indigenous to north Africa and Asia but is most widespread in India, where it has long been used as a food and spice. In Western cuisine, tamarind is one of the ingredients of many popular sauces.