The pear, (rosacea). It is the edible fruit of the common pear tree. There are various classes and so their texture, flavor and color.
It is seen in the apex (stalk that joined the tree), which is dry and dehydrated. Firm texture, though it yields a little to the touch when ripe and juicy. No bruises or bumps (brown spots).
When you go to buy the product in the supermarket, we recommend:
- Observe that the display site is clean and adequately refrigerated.
- Choose the products, preferably in this order: vegetables, fruits, eggs, cheeses and dairy in general, after the products of pantry, but before the meats, poultry, fish and shellfish.
- When they reach their destination, they can be refrigerated (ripe), so that their “useful life” is lengthened.
-alone, in juices, milkshakes, smoothies and compotes. -In cakes, pies, desserts, biscuits and confectionery in general. -Sauces, fillings for cakes and preserves among others. In Europe mainly in Britain and France, it is used for the elaboration of pear cider.
Pears can be stored and kept at room temperature in a fruit bowl, or refrigerated in perforated plastic bag, with absorbent kitchen paper inside the bag or in a fruit box and when they have acquired their ripening point.
At room temperature, approximately 4-6 days. Refrigerated, approximately 8 days. Its duration depends also on the freshness at the time of its purchase.
Cool. Temp. Environment.
8 days approx. 4-6 days approx.
–if they are placed in a fruit bowl, do not expose it to the sun’s rays, so that the ripening of the fruit is not accelerated and its “useful life” is shortened. -It is advisable not to cook the fruit for beverages, since it loses nutrients. -Do not refrigerate until the desired ripening point is reached. -Never freeze raw.
Nutrients and properties:
(See nutrient content in fruits).
Periodically check the status of the product to be able to consume it in time.