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Sharon Fruit (Persimmon) (Each)

Product Description
£1.39
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Description/Taste:
Sharon Fruit, also known as Persimmon or Kaki, boasts a vibrant orange skin with a glossy finish. Unlike some other persimmon varieties, the Sharon Fruit remains firm even when ripe and can be eaten like an apple. It offers a sweet flavour with honeyed undertones and a slightly crunchy texture.

Seasons/Availability:
In the UK, Sharon Fruits aren't cultivated on a large scale due to the climate. They are primarily imported, with availability generally peaking from October to February. The main sources of Sharon Fruits for the UK market are countries like Israel, Spain, and South Korea.

Uses & Flavour Pairings:
Sharon Fruits can be enjoyed fresh, without the need for peeling. They can be sliced into salads, used in desserts, or simply eaten as a sweet snack. Their natural sweetness pairs well with spices like cinnamon and cloves, making them a delightful addition to autumnal dishes. They also complement creamy cheeses and can be used in smoothies or as a topping for breakfast cereals.

History:
Originally from East Asia, the Sharon Fruit is named after the Sharon Plain in Israel, where it's extensively cultivated and has undergone specific breeding to eliminate its astringency. This adaptability has made it a favourite variety worldwide. In the UK, the Sharon Fruit has become a popular winter fruit, appreciated for its sweetness and versatility.

SKU: SHAE
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