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Rachel Blaiklock

on 4 March 2011

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Transcript of Fruit

Fruit Fruits are the ripened ovaries and accompanying parts of a plant's flower. Seed fruits

Stone fruits


Vine fruits

Citrus fruits

Tropical and sub-tropical fruits Seed fruits Stone fruit Berries Vine fruits What are 3 vegetables that could be classified as vine fruits? Cucumber Pumpkin Tomato Kiwi fruit Melons Passionfruit Grapes Apples & Pears Olives Citrus fruits Tropical and Sub-tropical fruits So how much fruit should you eat? 2-4 serves per day A wide variety of fruit each week No more than one serve of dried fruit per day Choosing fruit more often than fruit juice Eating the skin where possible Buying seasonally Summer fruits Autumn fruits Winter fruits Spring fruits - banana
- blood orange
- cherry - grapefruit - honeydew - lemon - lychee - mandarin - mango - papaya - pineapple - rhubarb - rockmelon - strawberry - orange - watermelon apricot - banana - blackberry - blueberry - boysenberry - cherry - currant - gooseberry - guava - honeydew - kiwifruit - lychee - mango - mulberry - nectarine - passionfruit - pineapple - rambutan - raspberry - rhubarb - rockmelon - strawberry - tamarillo - valencia orange - watermelon - apple - banana - cumquat -custard apple - feijoa - fig - grapes - guava - honeydew - kiwifruit -lemon - lime - mandarin - mango - mangosteen - nashi - nuts - papaya - passionfruit - peach - pear - persimmon - plum - pomegranate - quince - rambutan - rhubarb - rockmelon - tamarillo - valencia orange apple - blood orange - cumquat - custard apple - grapefruit - kiwifruit - lemon - lime - mandarin - nashi - navel orange - nuts - pear - persimmon - pineapple - quince - rhubarb - tangelo Breakfast Lunch Dessert Apples Look for:
Firm, crisp body
Wrinkly skin
Mouldy stem Look for:
Bright in colour
Plump and full
Smell good Strawberries Avoid:
Off-smelling strawberries Grapes Look for:
Firm, plump and well-coloured grapes Avoid:
Soft, wrinkled, mouldy grapes, or those that have bleached areas around the stem. Lemons Look for:
Smooth, plump and bright skin Avoid:
Lumpy, thick-pith Oranges Look for:
Firm and heavy for ther size Storage Unripe fruit can be left at room temperature in a paper bag until ripe Tropical fruits are able to be stored at room temperature Other fruits are best stored in the fridge Dry-heat preparation Moist-heat preparation Fruit spreads Fruitarianism Some people whose diet consists of 75% or more of fruit consider themselves fruitarians
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