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What is Fruit? “Is the part of a flower which will develop into a new plant in the right conditions”
4 Main groups of Fruit!
Fruit with Stones
Soft or Berry Fruit
Why is fruit important In the Diet? Colour, flavour, texture. Provides water and succulence and is very refreshing. Provides vitamins, especially vitamin C and dietary fibre.
Ways we eat fruit! Raw Cooked Frozen Jam
Fruit needs to be ripe! Fruit grows to full size Fruit changes colour Starch turns to sugar Flesh becomes tender Develops fruity smell What happens to fruit that is not eaten?
Storing Fruit Fruit is perishable. Store in a cool place Never store bananas in the fridge
Buying Fruit Check for bruising / damage Check for ripeness
FRUITS FROM AROUND THE WORLD FRUITS FROM AROUND THE WORLD
POMEGRANATE Comes from California Contains sacs full of seeds which is the only part you eat The seeds can be used for decoration The red juice can stain your clothes
HORNED MELON Comes from Africa Like a large lemon Has a yellow / green flesh inside Tastes like a cross between a lime and a cucumber
MANGO Comes from South East Asia 1000 different types of mango Tastes like a cross between a peach & a pineapple Grown on trees which can grow to up to 60 feet tall
STAR FRUIT Comes from Sri Lanka 2 Different types – sweet & sour They bruise very easily Taste like a cross between an apple and a grape
Fruits Chapter 16 Foods H267.
Copyright © Marshall Cavendish International (Singapore) Pte Ltd 02 January Chapter 13: Food Commodities – Fruit and Vegetables.
Fruits and Vegetables.
Classification, nutrients, purchasing, preparing and storing
1. Define and give an example of each type of fruit Pome: Has A SEED CONTAINING CORE APPLE, PEARS Drupe: HAS A SINGLE HARD PIT PEACH, PLUM, CHERRY, APRICOT.
F RUITS Food Preparation and Nutrition I. N UTRIENTS IN F RUITS Part of the plant that holds the seeds. Colorful, flavorful, and easy to prepare
Fruits “An apple a day, keeps the doctor away”. Think and respond: Why do you think they say that, “an apple a day keeps the doctor away”?
Fruits A Sweet Goodston Production. Nutrients in Fruit Four nutrients commonly found in fruits are: Carbohydrates Vitamin C Vitamin A Potassium.
FRUIT LECTURE. BOTANICAL NAMES OF FRUITS Pomes - Smooth skin and an enlarged fleshy area that surrounds the core. Ex. apple, pear, kiwi Drupes - Contain.
Fruits Botanical Names Pomes - Smooth skin and an enlarged fleshy area that surrounds the core. Ex. apple, pear, kiwi Drupes - Contain a single seed,
Discoloration results from exposure of a fruit’s flesh to the air – Prevention: Coat fruits with some form of ascorbic acid (vitamin C) – Lemon, lime,
Fruit Investigation Sinem Sahin.
Fruit Investigation. The Definition Of Fruit The sweet product of a tree or plant that contains seeds and can be eaten as food.
Fruit. Nutritional Value of Fruit According to the My-Plate Food Guide, you should eat two to four servings of fruit a day. One serving = one medium.
Fruits Come in ALL Shapes and Sizes…Flavors too!! Take a look…
FRUITS *Classifications *Nutritional Value *Selecting Fresh Fruit *Storing Fresh Fruit *Choosing Canned, Frozen, Dried Fruit *Preparing Fruits.
Fruits and Vegetables And everything you never thought you would learn about them….
Food & Technology FRUITS. Origin A fruit is the edible part of a plant that contains a seed or the matured ovary of a flower. Fruits are defined botanically.
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