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Write a fruit for every letter of the alphabet. Write these… List the 6 botanical names for fruits? Define and give examples of each. What nutrients are in fruits? The color of the fruit tells about its…

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    1. Write a fruit for every letter of the alphabet.

    2. Write these… • List the 6 botanical names for fruits? Define and give examples of each. • What nutrients are in fruits? • The color of the fruit tells about its… • What are the colors of fruits what are examples of each, and what health benefits do they provide? • What is enzymatic browning? • How can it be prevented?

    3. 1. Mango 2. Guava

    4. Mango

    5. 1. Dragon fruit 2. Passion fruit

    6. Dragon Fruit

    7. 1. Rambutan 2. Lychee

    8. Rambutan

    9. 1. Durian 2. Jackfruit

    10. Durian

    11. 1. Mangosteen 2. Starfruit

    12. Mangosteen

    13. 1. Guava 2. Papaya

    14. Guava

    15. Botanical Names 1. Pomes- Smooth skin and an enlarged fleshy area that surrounds the core. Ex. apple, pear, kiwi 2. Drupes- Contain a single seed, or pit, surrounded by juicy flesh. Ex. peach, cherry, plum, nectarines, apricot 3. Berries- Fragile cell structure; pulpy and juicy; tiny seeds embedded in flesh. Ex. blackberries, cranberries, strawberries, grapes

    16. Botanical Names 4. Melons- Hard out surface that is smooth or netted; juicy flesh. Ex. cantaloupe, honeydew, watermelon, casaba, Crenshaw, 5. Citrus Fruits- Grow in warm regions; firm rind and pulpy flesh. Ex. oranges, grapefruit, tangerines, lemons, limes, kumquats, citrons, tangelos, 6. Tropical Fruits- grow in very warm climates; differ in skin composition and seed characteristics. Ex. bananas, pineapple, avocados, dates, figs, mangos, pomegranates, and papaya

    17. Nutrient Contribution

    18. Vitamin C - found in citrus fruits. prevent scurvy gums become soft and can bleed easily wounds and broken bones do not heal properly

    19. Vitamin A - Prevents night blindness, associated found in fruits that are yellow to red in color Yellow - melons, pineapples, apricots, peaches

    20. Minerals: iron - for red blood , found in oranges, strawberries, cantaloupes; dried fruits - figs, dates, raisins, prunes, apricots calcium - for strong bones and teeth, found in oranges, strawberries, cantaloupes, dried fruits - figs, dates, raisins, prunes, apricots

    21. The “5 A Day The Color Way” logo reminds you to include a wide variety of colorful fruits and vegetables in your daily diet.

    22. The color of the fruit tells about its health-promoting powers. Try to consume fruits and vegetables from the five color groups every day. The color groups are RED, ORANGE- YELLOW, GREEN, BLUE/PURPLE and WHITE.

    23. Red fruits and vegetables promote heart health. • Yellow and orange fruits and vegetables may reduce risk of certain cancers. • White fruits and vegetables promote healthy cholesterol levels. • Green fruits and vegetables promote vision health. • Blue and purple fruits and vegetables help maintain memory.

    24. RED Including red fruits and vegetables in a low fat diet helps maintain: · Heart health · Memory function · A lower risk of some cancers · Urinary tract health Fruits: Blood Oranges Cherries Cranberries Pink/Red Grapefruit Pomegranates Raspberries Red Apples Red Grapes Strawberries Red Watermelon

    25. ORANGE/YELLOW Including yellow and orange fruits in a low fat diet helps maintain: · A lower risk of some cancers · Heart health · Vision health · A healthy immune system Apricots Cantaloupe Gooseberries Kiwifruit Grapefruit Lemons Mangos Nectarines Oranges Juice Papayas Peaches Persimmons Pineapples Tangerines Yellow Apples Yellow Figs Yellow Pears Yellow Watermelon

    26. WHITE Including white fruits and vegetables in a low fat diet helps maintain: · Heart health · Healthy cholesterol levels Fruits Apple Juice Bananas Brown Pears Dates White Nectarines White Peaches

    27. GREEN Including green fruits and vegetables in a low fat diet helps maintain: ·Vision health ·A lower risk of some cancers ·Strong bones and teeth Fruits Avocados Green Apples Green Grapes Green Pears Honeydew Melon Kiwifruit Limes

    28. BLUE/PURPLE • Including blue and purple fruits and vegetables in a low fat diet helps maintain: • ·A lower risk of some cancers· • Urinary tract health • ·Memory function • ·Healthy aging • Eyesight • Fruits: • Blackberries Black Currants Blueberries Dried Plums Elderberries Plums • Purple Figs Purple Grapes Raisins

    29. APPLES

    30. 1 medium-sized apple: Contains no fat, cholesterol, or sodium (salt). Gives you more fiber than a serving of oatmeal. Has a bit of deadly hydrogen cyanide in the seeds!

    31. Enzymatic Browning

    32. Browning results from the fresh fruit being exposed to air and being affected by the oxygen in the air. • High-acid fruits do not brown when exposed to air. • Browning is not a reversible process.

    33. To prevent browning, cover the fruit immediately after peeling it with a juice containing a high Vitamin C content, or salad dressing.

    34. CYANIDE IN APPLES • "Amygdalin" is a cyanogenic glycoside compound which commonly occurs in the seeds or kernels of apples, almonds, apricots, cherries, and peaches • Normally, the presence of amygdalin alone in these seeds and kernels is not dangerous, however, cyanide can be formed when the seed is crushed and moistened. • Acute intoxication and death have been reported in children following the ingestion of apricot seeds, which are capable of releasing 217 mg of cyanide per 100 g of moist seed.

    35. Apple Turnovers

    36. Pre-heat oven to 400°F. Roll out your pie dough on a lightly floured surface and cut into six 5x5-inch squares. Place one apple slice in the center of each square. Use a pastry brush to brush the egg wash on the border of the pastry. Fold each pastry into a triangle, enclosing the filling, and crimp edges with a fork. 6. Brush the tops of the pastries with more of the egg wash. 7. Cut 2 or 3 small steam vents in the top of each turnover. 8. Place the pastries in the oven and bake at 400°F for 20 minutes, or until puffed and golden. Egg wash 1 egg & 1 t milk beaten together Basic Pie Dough 1/3 cup all-purpose flour 1/2 cup vegetable shortening 1/2 teaspoon salt 3 tablespoons cold water

    37. Unscramble the following letters to spell out the names of fruits. Then write the appropriate letter that corresponds to the classification of each fruit. B= Berries D=Drupes P=Pomes C=Citrus Fruits M=Melon T=Tropical Fruits 1. ganrose 2. palpes 3. sanbaan 4. neippalsep 5. aptcoenaul 6. rebrebslieu 7. wabreriestrs 8. pergaftuir 9. sperag 10. yapaap 11. twiirfkui 12. shercrie 13. yhweeond 14. sapre 15. gantrinsee 16. coptairs 17. slomen 18. tnelwamero 19. muslp 20. chepsea 21. gisf 22. dovcaao 23. snirrrbeeca 24. semli 25. acaabs