Sunday, September 4, 2011

Types of pear

Types of pear + tips and facts about pears
Incomparable: homegrown pears
In our climatic zone are a fixture in the pear fruit landscape. Numerous gardens and courtyards cherish their apple or pear tree. In store and supermarket are the finest specimens Flandria to blush and to excel. No, you can not compare apples and oranges.
But the home-grown pears, of the Flandria label, of course, its incomparable anyway.
Second to none ... roughly translated: the first is not the best!
The names alone will get the mouth watering. Pear as Conference, Doyenne or Durondeau go almost daydreaming. This beautiful fruit is synonymous with sweet juiciness, many changes in taste and health. They bring a wealth of essential nutrients, such as fiber, vitamins, minerals and bioactive substances.
A tree up to blink:

2009: a beautiful pear year!
Promises are kept. The pear harvest is a success not only quantitative but also qualitative, and therefore the sweetest best level. Production has risen by nearly one third and the fruit size is good. Add to this are the many hours of sunshine and you understand that the pears are a nice sweetener for the winter.

Identikit of our main pear

Conference: eetpeer a slim, green-brown in appearance with juicy white flesh. Limited shelf life.
Doyennee: large pear with a short stem, sweet and juicy white flesh. An ideal dessert pear.
Durondeau: raw dark green pear with brown-red blush, white flesh with slightly sour taste. Ideal for kitchen preparations and in October a good dessert pear.

Ripeness of a pear?
A peer should feel smooth, the stem should sit properly in the fruit and skin bruising may not show. The ripeness of the pear can "feel" just below the stem implantation. A peer buy pretty hard and just let ripen in the fruit bowl, preferably at a temperature around 18 ° C.

For a moment-by-pear trees on health?
A peer has low calories (the calorie content is largely determined by the carbohydrate), high in fiber, providing you like an apple a nice serving of vitamins, minerals and bioactive substances.
Source: Lava

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