Four tips for buying fruits!
When you come to a stand full of fruits, you want to pick good quality and delicious fruits. There are four major tips to learn first: Tip 1: Buy seasonal fruits. Most of the seasonal fruits are fresh, of good quality, and the price is high.Plain, you don’t need to spend a lot of money.
Out-of-season fruits are not only expensive, but also very likely to put pressure on pesticides so that fertilizers can be marketed earlier or later, so try to buy as few fruits as possible.
Many fruits can now be eaten almost all year round, but there are still some differences in varieties, such as pineapples with many family members, generally 6?
August is the most orderly season. Among them, Kaiying species and perfume pineapple (Tai Nong No. 11) are from 5 to June.Most are winter honey pineapples, and the production period lasts until February of the following year.
In the past few years, depending on the golden color and rich flavor, there are also many mango varieties. The most produced Aiwen mangoes and the huge size, the golden yellow mangoes with a pale yellow fruit are in the period of May to June.Other varieties, such as Kate, have a late production period, about mid-August to September.
There are quite a lot of fruits produced in August, including watermelon, cantaloupe, longan, dragon fruit, peach, Yokoyama pear (Gaojie pear), century pear, etc., you can choose the season to buy.
Tip two: The outline is intact, there are no bruises and no fruits at all, the fruit is full, the size is moderate (indicating that the fruit is fully developed), the shape is intact, and there are no bumps or disease spots.
The fruit is heavy and heavy, and usually indicates a lot of water content. It should be “sweet and juicy”. If you pick it up gently, it may have been stored, and most of the nutrients and water in it are lost.
Tip three: The color is beautiful, the smell is fragrant, and the color is good.
Most ripe fruits exude a strong or light fruit aroma, and the color is bright, especially like mango, pineapple, papaya, apple, cantaloupe, peach, etc., it is necessary to color, and taste is the guarantee of good quality.
Some other special selection methods, such as grapes, are suitable for fruit powder, the fruit is not dried and unsubstituted, and the darker ones are usually sweeter.
Tip four: When you listen to the sound to distinguish between good and bad, you need to practice your fingering and discrimination.
It’s like picking up a watermelon and patting it. If the sound is crisp, it means that the maturity is just right and the water is sufficient.
If the watermelon is cut open for sale, you must choose a thin peel and bright red flesh without cracking to avoid overripe.
If you choose pineapple, you can also flick it with your finger. The echo must be thick in order to be a good pineapple.