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Apricots: a complete guide
With their soft, velvety yellow-orange skin, and sweet, tender flesh,
are beloved all around the world.
When choosing a ripe apricot, look for one
, that is
with a slight give. For a
trick, keep refrigerated in
to protect the individual delicate fruits.
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Rich source of
, aiding efficient digestion and excretion.
Rich source of
, essential for healthy eyes and vision.
Good source of
, protecting organs and body from harmful free radicals.
, making it an excellent addition to a balanced diet for those seeking to lose or maintain weight.
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How to enjoy
Diced and mixed through a fresh
Used to make homemade
Poached and served with
Sliced and tossed through a summer
with mixed leafy greens and an olive oil dressing.
Dried and mixed with a handful of
for an on-the-go
for a sweet and tangy twist.
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