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Watermelon

Watermelon

Watermelon

By Mamduh Jamal

Watermelon

Watermelon


Definition for watermelon

Definition for Watermelon

  • The large melon like fruit of a plant of the gourd family, with smooth green skin, red pulp, and watery juice.


Classification

classification

  • There are different classifications for different fruits. Watermelons are part of melon family.

  • Apples are part of alkaline fruits.

  • Pears are part of sub acidic fruits.

  • Lemons are part of the acidic fruits.


How to get fruit

HOW TO GET FRUIT.

  • There few fays on where to buy fruits. One of the most common ways of buying fruit are through supermarkets fruit and vegitable shops.

  • Another way of buying fruits are online but there is a risk of buying un fresh fruits.


Mangosteen

Mangosteen

  • Mangosteen is an exotic fruits with a purplish-red colour on outside. On the inside it has a white flesh.

  • The fruit is known to be sweet, but tempered with a very slight sourness. The mangosteen has flavours that range from strawberry, peach


Cooking styles

Cooking styles

  • Poaching-


M angosteen

Mangosteen

  • The place of origin of the mangosteen is unknown but is believed to be the Sunda Islands and the Moluccas; still, there are wild trees in the forests of Kemaman, Malaya. Corner suggests that the tree may have been first domesticated in Thailand, or Burma


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Mangosteen

  • It comes from Garcinia Mangos-tana, a small tree in the Garcinia family (Guttiferae) native to tropical Malaysia


Mangosteen recipe

Mangosteen Recipe

  • Ingredients:

  • •SERVES 4-6

  • •5 fresh mangosteen fruit, OR substitute 1 cup fresh or canned lychee fruit

  • •1/2 cup + 1 Tbsp. sugar

  • •1 tsp. cornstarch

  • •1/3 cup rice flour (OR regular all purpose flour)

  • •4 large eggs

  • •pinch of salt

  • •1 cup coconut milk

  • •1 tsp. grated lemon peel

  • •1 tsp. vanilla extract

  • •1 tsp. coconut extract

  • •Optional: 1 tsp. icing sugar for garnish


Why fruits don t need to cook for long

Why fruits don’t need to cook for long

  • Fruits don’t need to cook long or don’t need excessive heat to cook because they already filled with fluids and juices.

  • Cooking it for a long time will just over cook it and make it mushy.


Alphabetic order of fruits

Alphabetic order of fruits

  • Apple

  • Banana

  • Cherry

  • Durian

  • Fig

  • Grape

  • Jackfruit

  • Kiwi

  • Lemon

  • Mango

  • Nectarine

  • Orange

  • Papaya

  • Quince

  • Strawberry

  • Tamarillo

  • Ugli fruit

  • Watermelon


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