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Citrus fruits

Generality The term citrus fruit may indicate the fruits or plants that produce them, belonging to the genus Citrus (Family Rutaceae) From a botanical point of view, these fruits are classified as esperides. Their pulp is translucent and composed of segments isolated from a membrane; inside, the threadlike and juicy particles are visible

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Coconut water

What is Coconut Water? Coconut water is the clear, translucent liquid contained in the unripe fruits of the Cocos nucifera plant (Arecaceae Family). Present only in still green coconuts, the coconut water has an early development compared to the maturity of the fruit (pulp); to better understand its biological function, it is necessary to know the botany of the nut described in the last paragraph of the article
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Water and Lemon

Why take it? By water and lemon we mean a drink made from mineral water, generally warm, combined with the juice and / or peel of the Citrus x limon fruit. Very popular in folk medicine, this drink is mainly used as a purifying food, to be taken both on an empty stomach and on a full stomach. On the other hand, the "hypothetical" functions of water and lemon are quite varied; in fact, as with all citrus fruits, even in lemon juice and peel have different properties and therefore originate two distinct beverages: water with juice - water with peel
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apricots

Generality Apricots are summer fruits rich in vitamin A and vitamin C. From a botanical point of view, these are the apricot drupes , a plant belonging to the Rosaceae family , Genus Prunus , P. armeniaca species; the binomial nomenclature of the apricot is therefore Prunus armeniaca . Apricots have been present in Europe for several millennia, thanks to the importation of Roman legionaries and, subsequently, to trade with the East (mainly carried out by the Arabs, who gave the name to the fruit); the origins are therefore Asian and, in all probability, typically Chinese (although the term &quo
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Citrus fruits

Generality The term citrus fruit may indicate the fruits or plants that produce them, belonging to the genus Citrus (Family Rutaceae) From a botanical point of view, these fruits are classified as esperides. Their pulp is translucent and composed of segments isolated from a membrane; inside, the threadlike and juicy particles are visible
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Apricots in syrup by R.Borgacci

What are What are apricots in syrup? The apricots in syrup are long-life foods that belong to the whole of the preserved fruit and fruit in syrup subset. Fresh apricots - fruits of the tree belonging to the botanical genus Prunus armeniaca - belong to the VI fundamental group of foods - fruits and vegetables rich in vitamin A
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Alkekengi by R.Borgacci

What's this What is the alkekengi? Alkekengi - alchechengi or alchechengio - is the name of an oriental plant and of the fruit it produces, the latter normally used for food and above all decorative purposes. The alkekengi berry is a food that belongs to the VI or VII fundamental group of foods - sweet fruits and vegetables sources of provitamin A (RAE - retinol equivalents) and vitamin C (ascorbic acid); these foods are also rich in water, fiber, soluble sugars (fructose) and some specific minerals
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Amarena and Amareno

Generalities and description The sour cherry (also called visciola ) is the fruit of amareno, an arboreal plant belonging to the family Rosaceae, Genus Prunus, Specie cerasus . The binomial nomenclature of amareno is Prunus Cerasus . Amarena is a tree that reaches 8 meters and is characterized by green leaf-shaped leaves; it flowers between April and the end of May and produces spherical fruits very similar to cherries
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Amarene Sciroppate by R.Borgacci

What are? What are canned cherries? Syruped cherries are long-term foods that belong to the whole of the preserved fruit and fruit syrup subset. The black cherries, like all fresh fruits, belong to the VI-VII fundamental group of foods - fruits and vegetables rich in vitamin A and vitamin C. However, once processed for processing into "preserves" - washing, cutting, pitting, cooking and invasions in a sweet liquid - they no longer have the same nutritional characteristics as fresh fruit
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Pineapple Syruped by R.Borgacci

What's this What is canned pineapple? Pineapple in syrup is a long-life food that belongs to the whole of the preserved fruit and fruit in syrup subset. The fresh pineapple - the fruit of the tree belonging to the genus and botanical species Ananas comosus - belongs to the VI-VII fundamental group of foods - fruits and vegetables rich in vitamins A and C
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