Thursday, June 25, 2020

Teach you how to choose various fruits correctly

1. Watermelon

① The circle at the bottom of the watermelon is as small as possible. On the contrary, the circle at the bottom is larger and the skin is thicker and more difficult to eat.

② The color is best to choose turquoise, not foggy.

③The watermelon with neat lines is a good melon.

④ The watermelon head is the so-called pedicle head. If it is a straight line, do not want it, but if it is curled, it will be very sweet.

2. Dragon Fruit

① The heavier the better. The heavier the dragon fruit, the more juice and fuller the flesh, so when buying dragon fruit, you should use the weight of the individual dragon fruit by hand, the heavier the better.

② The redder the better. The reddish areas are better when the surface is red, and the greener and fresher the green parts. If the green parts become yellow, it means that they are no longer fresh.

③ The fatter the better. Don't choose the slender type, the fatter means more mature, sweet and not jerky.

3. Strawberry

Don’t buy strawberries that are too red. The brighter the color, the more sour. The strawberries with white in the red are the sweetest. When buying strawberries, don’t choose a very large one with a strange shape. It's safer, don't make the color particularly red, it's better to have a little white dot inside.

4. Kiwi

The kiwi must be pointed, not flat like a duck's mouth. The duck-bill type uses hormones, and the chicken-bills have no hormones or less hormones. The real ripe kiwi fruit is super soft. The color is close to earthy yellow when you choose it. This is sunshine. The ample symbol is also sweeter. The kiwi fruit is tender and green when picking the pedicle. This kind of freshness. The whole is soft and hard. If a part is soft, it is rotten. The color around the pedicle is dark and sweet.

At first, peel the kiwi fruit by hand, like eating oranges, then cut with a knife, like eating oranges, the previous knife, the next knife, and then use a spoon to make a circle, of course, if you don’t care so much In case of appearance, cut in half and dig and eat. If you just dig it up, you can't make good use of the shape of the spoon, anyway, you can eat it comfortably!

5. Cantaloupe

One of the most useful methods is to see if there is a scar on the melon skin. The older the scar is, the sweeter it is. The best is that the scar has cracked. Although it looks ugly, this cantaloupe has a high sweetness and a good taste. In fact, they sell well, and beautiful, scar-free cantaloupes are often raw. The more the lines of the melon, the more ugly, the more delicious. Then smell the smell, the fragrance should be more obvious. Then the color should be golden yellow. It should not be soft to the touch, if it is too soft, it will be rotten. The cantaloupe selected in this way must be good.

6. Cherry

Choosing cherries depends on whether the fruit stalks are fresh. Fresh fruit stems are greenish-green, and the fruit stems that have been left for a long time are blackened. Then see if the peel is wrinkled. The wrinkles indicate that the fruit has been picked for too long and loses moisture.

7. Papaya

Papaya is also divided into male and female, the big belly is female, relatively sweet. Generally, those who pick their stomachs have a lot of spots on the surface, and the color just yellowed is not very soft. If there is something on the surface that is colloidal, it’s okay, it’s sugar gum, which will be sweeter. If you want to eat papaya immediately, you should pick the yellow skin, but it should not be too soft, this papaya is sweet and not rotten .

There are two types of papaya:

Green papaya: (The skin is blue, it will not change color for a long time. The flesh is milky, with white pearl seeds.) The green papaya is well-selected, the skin should be smooth, the blue should be bright, and there should be no stains.

Ripe papaya: (The skin is blue or orange, the blue will turn to orange with color spots at room temperature. The flesh is light to dark orange, and the seeds are black.) The ripe papaya should be picky, such papaya The flesh table is sweeter.

8. Grapes

Generally, when selecting grapes, the size and bruising do not affect the taste. The key is to look at the meat quality of grapes. Too hard grapes are often light and bitter, and too soft grapes are likely to be sour or spoiled. When buying, they must be tough and juicy. Grapes.

10. Peaches

Picking peaches is the first thing to smell, the more fragrant the sweeter, usually the appearance is not good-looking, pick not too soft, with a small tip on it.

11. Oranges

When you choose an orange, you only need to look at a part to know whether it is sweet or sour-it is the head of the orange, where the scientific name is called orange pedicle.

①If the orange pedicle is obviously prominent, it means that the orange is not sweet.

②If the orange pedicle is flat, or even slightly concave inward, it means that the orange is definitely sweet.

When picking oranges, regardless of the variety, there is a ring-shaped female in the middle, which is usually sweeter. There is a dot-shaped male, which has no sweetness from the female. The skin is thin and flexible, and the early orange juice is sweet and late. Oranges are rough and ribbed. Grapefruits, oranges, and oranges should be picked up, and the outer skin should be lubricated like the baby's skin. However, the popular sugar orange in winter is that the skin is very rough, and the smooth is not good.

12. Sugarcane

Sugar cane should be eaten from the top, so that the sweeter and sweeter the more delicious. Conversely, if the root is peeled and eaten, it will become lighter and lighter, and when there is 1/3 left, there will be no appetite to eat. To eat sugar cane in winter, it is best to cut it into 20-30 cm segments, put it in a pot and cook for ten minutes, then pick up and eat while hot and peeled, which is sweeter than raw food.

13. Mangosteen

Mangosteen Secret: There are a few petals on the butt, as many as there are. 7 or 8 is better, and the top handle should be fresh and tender, not dry, it is really delicious to pick out, and it has more moisture, and if the shell is hard when picking, it means it is broken. .

When choosing, you should choose medium to small. The fresh mangosteen has a green pedicle and a dark fuchsia. The skin is soft and flexible when pinched. After opening, the flesh inside is pure white. If the thumb and index finger are used to gently pinch the fruit shell into a shallow fingerprint, it means that it is ripe. If the shell is hard like a stone, most of it cannot be eaten. The mangosteen shell is easy to dry out in the wind, it is recommended to buy as much as you want.

14. Durian

① Listen to the sound and shake it a few times. A sound means that the durian is ready to eat.

② Look at the color, choose the yellowish one, don't pick the green one, yellow ones are usually more familiar.

③Depending on the size, the durian is large enough in water and sweet enough. The more hills, the more meat. The more meat inside, generally a mature durian weighs 3-5 pounds.

④ Choose cracked durian (natural cracking), indicating that durian is mature enough.

⑤ Smell the smell of good durian.

⑥Looking at the weight, the durian core of the same size is lighter, the durian core is smaller, and the heavy durian core is larger.

15. Pear

Pears should be picked from the mother. The meat of the mother pear is multi-core small, delicate and juicy and sweet. The mother pear has a round and smooth deep nest, that is, the nest on the top should be selected evenly. , The roots are thick. The tail of the male pear is like a flower.

16. Lychee

① Feel: First hold it in your hand and lightly pinch it: Good: Press the fruit slightly with your fingers to feel tight and hard: Press the fruit slightly to feel soft.

②Appearance: The good peel is fresh, the color is dark red, the fruit stem is fresh and not wilted, and the flesh is white. The bad peel is dark brown or black, and the juice oozes out. The flesh is red.

③Head: If the head of the litchi is sharp and the density of "nails" on the epidermis is relatively high, it means that the litchi is not mature enough, otherwise it is a mature litchi.

④Shell: flat, obvious sutures, such litchi must be sweet, try it if you don't believe it! The real fresh lychee is not very bright from the outside. The dark red is slightly green, and there is no smell.

17. Apple

Choose a medium-sized, smooth peel, bright color, moderate hardness, no insect eyes and damage to the peel, fine meat, moderate sweet and sour, aromatic fragrance. Apples should generally choose smooth skin without scars, bright color (indicating more mature), tender and soft meat, crisp and luxurious taste; hold the apple in hand to test the hardness of the apple, the too hard are not ripe, the too soft are too ripe, soft and hard Moderate is better, weigh by hand, if the weight is light, it is fleshy fluffy, generally considered poor quality.

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