The rind is dark yellow and easy to peel, while the pulp inside is bright red.
Displaying vibrant violet hues, Purple cauliflower may be different in color than its white counterpart, however, on the outside, that is the only difference. The entire plant (floret, stalk and leaves) is edible.
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The Adriatic fig is a self-pollinating tree which bears green to yellowish fruit, that is thin-skinned with a sweet, flavorful red pulp.
Summertime sub-tropical fruit, ripening in June on the previous year's growth, called the breba crop, and again in August on current year's growth, known as the main crop.
Tolerant of a wide variety of soils from sand to clay. It can withstand heat, humidity and coastal climates.
Perfect for eating fresh or preserved.
Recipes that include Adriatic Figs. One is easiest, three is harder.
|Chez Pim||The Best Fig Tart Ever|
|Cooking with Amy||Spinach Fig Salad|
|Give Recipe||Unripe Fig Jam|