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Tree Ripe White Nectarines
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Sweet. Refreshing. Delicious. Tree ripe white nectarines offer superb rich flavor and are truly a fruit lover's absolute delight.
Nectarines are available during the summer months. Check for availability.
Cholesterol-free and low fat, nectarines are saturated fat-free, sodium-free and a good source of vitamin C.
Simply grand out of hand, white nectarines add juicy flavor to fruit salads. Toss in mixed green salads for a sweet treat. Chefs especially appreciate the white nectarine's unusual presentation and rich sweet flavor. To ripen, place in a paper bag; keep at room temperature. Refrigerate ripe fruit up to one week.
It is uncertain which one came into existence first, the nectarine or the peach. One of them, or possibly both, is native to China. Some researchers claim there is a big difference between these two fruits. Others say the only important differing factor is that nectarines have a smooth skin and peaches are fuzzy. Making it even more confusing and growing on identical trees, it is possible that a peach tree may have a single branch that produces nectarines and vice versa. To make matters even worse for horticulturists to sort it all out, peach seeds sometimes bear nectarines and peaches can grow from nectarine seeds. The main difference between white-fleshed nectarines and yellow-fleshed nectarines is their acid level. Yellow-fleshed varieties are high in acid which actually competes with the fruit's sugar content and often creates a tangy taste. Since the white-fleshed varieties have little or no acid, only the sweetness of the sugar content can be tasted. Nectarines belong to the family, Rosaceae, and are classified as Prunus persica variety nucipersica.
Recipes that include Tree Ripe White Nectarines. One is easiest, three is harder.
|Pham Fatale||Grilled Nectarine and Goat Cheese Appetizer|