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Like that of the related apple, the pear fruit is a pome, in most wild species 1–4 centimetres (0.39–1.57 in) diameter, but in some cultivated forms up to 18 ...

Why do certain fruits (like apples and pears) become sour when ...

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Feb 16, 2011 ... About the "sugar gets lost" argument: From http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fru. ... Why do certain fruits (like apples and pears) become sour when cooked? UpdateCancel ...

Fruit Glossary « EyeSteelFilm

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When it ripens, it turns from green to a bright red to yellow-orange, and splits open to reveal .... The fruits are about the size of an apple, yellowish to orange in color with ... Fruit pulp is sour but edible, bark may be used to make a black dye. ..... They are said to taste like peanuts and can be eaten raw or cooked or ground int...

Acidity of Fruit. Information Acidity, Sweetness Fruits. - The Fruit Pages

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Fruits and olive oil;; Raw Vegetables / Cooked Vegetables;; Grains and Pasta; ... Some people may have problems with these fruits because of their acid content. ... Sometimes one type of fruit from this category can irritate a particular part of the body. ... Are like all other fruits excellent food. ... HOME - Go To The Mainpage ....

fruits in Medieval Europe - Old cook

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The garden of the fruit trees, apart from bearing fruit, can be the cemetery in abbeys, ... courses, combined with garum and vinegar: the Romans were fond of sweet and sour dishes. ... Certain fruits had to be eaten in combination with other food: melon with ... But apples, quinces, figs, oranges, peaches, pears, raisins and ...

Why we are eating the wrong kind of apples - Telegraph

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Oct 18, 2014 ... The taste depends on the fruit's balance of sugar and acidity. ... said Adrian Barlow, the chief executive of English Apples and Pears, which promotes the English apple industry. ... bred by crossing Gala and Braeburn, although some of these are now grown here. .... Aldo Zilli: A lot of British mums can't cook.

Apples and orchards, pears, plums, cherries - flavors, tasting notes ...

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An attractive small yellow apple, with a pineapple-like flavour. .... Medium-sized fruit, skin smooth and yellowish with red cheek. ... An easy-to-grow cooking apple , retains shape when cooked, fairly sweet for a ... strong sharp flavour but with some underlying sweetness too - imagine sour .... Pick when skin starts to turn milky.

Cariibean Fruits - TnTisland.com aka Roger's Trinbago Website

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Jun 13, 2016 ... Avocadoe is a pear shaped tropical fruit with green, reddish-purple or ... Banga is a tree that grows like a palm tree with a lot of sharp torns ... removed can be used as a vegetable or when cooked with sugar, ... A type of sour cherry with one single seed that is green when green and yellow/red when ripe.

The Best Way to Prevent Apples and Pears From Browning | Serious ...

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Sep 29, 2015 ... So how do you prevent browning if you're cutting the fruit for later? Read this to find out the best method for the home cook. ... That's because apples, along with some other fruits like pears and bananas, have a tendency to brown quickly once the inner flesh is ... Why Apples and Pears Turn Brown Once Cut.

VARIATIES - English Apples & Pears

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The variety has a sweet taste and a unique strawberry-like flavour with a strong ... Regarded as the finest apple for cooking due to its unrivalled taste and ... taste during cooking and when cooked its texture becomes wonderfully light, .... The English Apples and Pears iPhone App allows users to check the origin of the fruit.

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Do fruits like guava, apple, banana become more nutritious if they ...

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Jun 28, 2014 ... No. a) "It is now known that many of the most beneficial phytonutrients have a bitter, ... No. a) "It is now known that many of the most beneficial phytonutrients have a bitter, sour or astringent taste." -- The New York ... Why do certain fruits ( like apples and pears) become sour when cooked? Why do som...

Quince: The Tough Fall Fruit With a Secret Reward — Ingredient ...

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Oct 8, 2014 ... It's a fall fruit that grows in a manner quite like apples and pears — but its similarities end there. ... Quince is an ancient fruit, found in Roman cooking and grown across ... and you can see how I've become more than a little obsessed. ... it in water with the peel, seeds, some brown sugar, a few whole cloves...

The quince: The fruit that started the Trojan War? | The Splendid Table

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David Karp: It's a pome fruit, related to apples and pears. ... All commercial varieties are too hard, sour and astringent to eat raw, but the quince's whitish- yellow flesh softens and turns an attractive pink when cooked. ... climates, such as parts of Mexico and Latin America, where deciduous tree fruits like apples do not th...