Not only are strawberries delicious and nutritious, but with this easy technique, they double as a beautiful garnish for your fruit plate. Try this simple tip to impress your friends and coworkers with a fruitful display!
There are more than 2,500 apple varieties grown in the United States alone— truly an apple for every taste. The crab apple, for instance, is a miniature apple that packs a mean sour punch. These small, extremely tart apples make great chutneys and jellies and double as darling decorations!
Tart and fragrant limes provide the main source of acidity in many cuisines. Just scratch and sniff the peel for a ticket to paradise, or squirt a wedge in still or sparkling water to transform it into a tropical refreshment. In most varieties, the skin turns noticeably lighter and even full-on yellow as the fruit ripens. You might even notice a spicy and fragrant aroma from these gems, meaning they’re ready to go!
Don’t be alarmed by this fruit’s blood-red interior. The taste is excellent—think orange with a tart hint of berry. Plus, they’re packed with vitamin C, folic acid, anthocyanins, calcium, and vitamin A. Yummy!
Cutting down on processed sugar has many health benefits, including weight loss and improved mental focus. Help curb your cravings by eating naturally sweet fruits such as dates. Tune in to learn more about why they're a healthy alternative for your sweet tooth.