Introduction to Malay Apples Malay Apples are a fruit with a dozen different names depending on where you are eating it, but it is native to Vietnam, Malaysia, and Indonesia. You may call it a “rose apple”, pomerac, jambu merah, or even Otaheite cashew. However, its scientific name is Syzygium malaccense. Similar to “traditional” apples, […]
Introduction to Tangelos A tangelo is a citrus hybrid of mandarin oranges and either a pomelo or a grapefruit. They have a taste similar to a tangerine and are normally easier to peel than normal oranges. They are grown primarily in the United States and are distinctive from other oranges because of a knob or […]
Nutritional value of blueberry: Blueberries are deep in color, ranging from blue, maroon and purple. There are around 30 different species of blueberries. Blueberries are sold fresh, dried or are used in a variety of sauces, juice, jellies and jams.
Apricots: Apricots can be related to the Peach family, and usually they are found first at the arrival of summers. This fleshy fruit with less juice is a rich source of beta-carotene and lycopene. Apricots have a velvet like skin, it's kernels resemble and tastes like Almonds and are used well as their substitute.
Nutritional value of plum: Plum is one of those fruits which are rich in dietary fiber, effecting in a healthy digestive system. It is being cultivated over the world for jam manufacturing, its dried version 'prune', oil from prune kernels, drinks, pickles, and a popular alcoholic drink Slivovitz originated from Eastern Europe. Plums are often related to Apricots by researchers for the resemblance they noticed.
Nutritional value of pineapple: Pineapple is a juicy sweet fruit, which is delicious, healthy and nutritious and can be eaten raw or used in cooking. The fruit is rich in a variety of minerals and vitamins and therefore has numerous health benefits.