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Pomes Smooth skin and an enlarged fleshy area that surrounds the core
Examples Apple Pear kiwi
Drupes Contain a single seed, or pit, surrounded by juicy flesh.
Examples Peach Cherry Plum Nectarines apricot
Berries Fragile cell structure; pulpy and juicy; tiny seeds embedded in flesh
Examples Blackberry Cranberries Stawberries grapes
Melons Hard out surface that is smooth or netted; juicy flesh.
Examples Cantaloupe Honeydew Watermelon Casaba Crenshaw muskmelon
Citrus Fruits Grow in warm regions, firm rind and pulpy flesh
Examples Oranges Grapefruit Tangerines Lemons Limes Kumquats Citrons Tangelows Ugli fruit
Tropical Fruits Grow in very warm climates; differ in skin composition and seed characteristics.
Examples Bananas Pineapple Avocados Dates Figs Mangos Pomegranates papayas
Fruits Smooth skin and an enlarged fleshy area that surrounds the core.
Six Classifications of FRUITS. Pomes Smooth skin Enlarged fleshy area that surrounds core EX: apples, pears.
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”?
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,
Is a tomato a fruit or a vegetable?
F RUITS AND V EGETABLES. B ERRIES Features: Fragile cell structure, pulpy and juicy, tiny seeds embedded in the flesh Examples: Strawberries, blueberries,
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,
FRUITS AND VITAMIN C NOTES. What are Vitamins? Chemicals that help the body function properly.
Culinary Arts. What are defining characteristics of fruits? What are some ways that you could group fruits together?
Foods 1. Fruits - The mature part of a flowering plant A. The seed bearing part of a plant B. A product of a tree or plant containing the seed, used as.
Fruit Investigation Sinem Sahin. Definition of Fruit. Fruit is the sweet and fleshy product of a tree or plant that contains seeds and can be eaten as.
Fruits. Fruit Classifications Fruits are divided into groups according to physical characteristics The six groups are BERRIES CITRUS DRUPES MELONS POMES.
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. Fruits a fruit is the ripened ovary, together with its seeds, of a flowering plant.
Fruits Come in ALL Shapes and Sizes…Flavors too!! Take a look…
Fruits! Weatherford. Key Points The professional chef and food service manager must be able to select fruits that are high in quality, fresh, and appropriate.
Fruits Categories and Classification. What are fruits In botany, a fruit is the ripened ovary—together with seeds—of a flowering plant. Fruits are the.
Fruits When fresh they are known as Produce. Square Watermelons!!! Why??
FRUIT. Fruit Classifications Berries Drupes Pomes Citrus Melons Tropical.
Chapter 30 Fruits. Nutrients in Fruits Fiber Carbohydrates Vitamin C Potassium Beta carotene Folic Acid: oranges Magnesium: bananas Iron: raisins Fat-free.
Care and Selection of Fruit. Table of Contents Groups of fruits Nutritional contribution Benefits of fruit Forms of fruit for purchase Purchasing fruit.
Chapter 17 Fruits On Baking© 2005 Pearson Education, Inc. Labensky et al. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey
Nutrition Fruits are 75 – 95% water Low in fat, sodium and protein Excellent source of fiber (especially the skins!) Vitamins/Minerals Fruits Provide:
Chapter 28 Fruits. Nutrients… dietary fiber carbohydrates vitamin C potassium folic acid magnesium iron.
Fruits What you should know about this naturally healthy category of foods.
Eating FRUIT will help you have a grape day!!!. Fruit Classifications Berries – Small juicy fruits with thin skins – Cranberries, Blueberries, Raspberries.
Fruits Classification, nutrients, purchasing, preparing and storing.
Fruit Lecture and Notes. Botanical Names/Classifications Pomes : Smooth skin and an enlarged fleshy area that surrounds the core (Apples) Drupes :
Write a fruit for every letter of the alphabet.. Write these… 1.List the 6 botanical names for fruits? Define and give examples of each. 2.What nutrients.
Eating FRUIT will help you have a grape day!!!. Learning Targets I can identify the classifications of fruit. I can describe a variety of ways to prepare.
Fruits Chapter 16 Foods H267. Questions for you What is the daily recommendation for a girl years old? 1 ½ cups What is the daily recommendation.
F RUIT. I. Fruit- part of the plant that holds the seeds A. Characteristics 1. colorful, flavorful & great snacks 2. excellent source of Vitamin C B.
FRUIT 7.02 Demonstrate selection and preparation of fruit.
FRUITS *Classifications *Nutritional Value *Selecting Fresh Fruit *Storing Fresh Fruit *Choosing Canned, Frozen, Dried Fruit *Preparing Fruits.
Fruits A Sweet Goodston Production. Nutrients in Fruit Four nutrients commonly found in fruits are: Carbohydrates Vitamin C Vitamin A Potassium.
Fruits Intro to Foods Resource: Amazing Foods Textbook.
Fruit Lecture and Notes. Basic Vocabulary Parts of Fruit Seed – part new fruit grows from. Some are okay to eat, some are not. Flesh – soft part.
FRUITS. Fruit Facts Fruit is the seed of the plant Fruits get sweeter as they ripen.
What foods are in the fruit group? Credit: Pictures have been adapted from the “Fruits Food Gallery” accessible from:
Vegetables Any edible part of the plant (leaves, roots, tubers or stalks) except, in most cases, the fruit. Some plant foods that we consider vegetables.
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