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All Organic Pears

Everyone knows about pears, but how much do you actually know? Pears vary greatly; in shapes ranging from long and elegant to nearly round, colored speckled russet, pale green, golden yellow or crimson red. Pears are a member of the rose family of plants (Rosaceae), which, in addition (of course) to roses, contains a long list of fruits including apples, apricots, cherries, chokeberry, crabapples, loquats, peaches, plums, quinces, raspberries, serviceberries, and strawberries as well as the tree nut, almonds. Many pears found in U.S. groceries actually belong to the same category known as European Pear (Pyrus communis). These pears typically have a rounded body that tapers into a neck of various lengths.

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Additionally, they are distinct from (but closely related to) the fruit we commonly call "pear apple." Pear apples are completely round with no necks, and while they remind of us of apples in shape, their skins make us think they are pears. Contrary to popular belief, pear apples are not a cross between apples and pears. Pear apples belong to a second category of pear, broadly referred to as Asian pear. Included in this second category are Chinese pear, Japanese pear, and Korean pear (Pyrus pyrifolia) as well as Siberian/Manchurian pear (Pyrus ussuriensis). When these categories are combined, they account for more than 5,000 varieties of pears that people enjoy worldwide.

Furthermore, there are over 5,000 types of pears for you to enjoy. The most common types of pears include Bartlett, D’Anjou, Bosc, Red Pears, Concorde, Starkrimson, Tosca, Comice, Seckel, Forelle, and Asian pears. They range from their seasons, trees, location, flavour, colour, and shape. Some pears are round and plump while others are tall and skinny. Some pears are red and speckled while others are plain green. The pears trees also vary. There are even flowering pear trees that are grown for their attractive qualities with the bonus of pears. The options are endless. Hybrids are also an option of pear you can enjoy. They are also known as Oriental hybrids. They are hard, gritty fruit that ripen after they’re picked. They can be used for cooking and preserving. No matter what, there is a pear for you!

With the astonishing amount of varieties to choose from, you can make many meals and other recipes that are healthy and tasty. From baked pears to cocktails to wraps, this delicious fruit offers many option you can savor and enjoy. Enjoy any meal with a spicy-sweet pear lettuce wrap or a citrus pear cocktail calls with a simple syrup made with peeled pears and spiced with freshly ground nutmeg – great for cold nights! Pears offer so many options to cook any meal of the day.

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To continue, pears are nutritious and healthy for you. They provide many fibers, protein, antioxidants, and vitamins. Pears are a very good source of dietary fiber and a good source of copper, vitamin C and vitamin K. Also, pear fruit is one of the very low-calorie fruits. In addition, studies have shown that the fiber in pears may help lower bad cholesterol levels and the fiber in pears may help lower bad cholesterol levels. Pears are one of the healthiest foods for you to eat. They are full of nutritious value and have the bonus of tasting great.

All in all, pears are very delicious and interesting pears. They range from their seasons, trees, location, flavour, colour, and shape. While some pears are round and plump, others are tall and skinny. Pears can be red and speckled while others are plain green. Pears are very nutritious and provide many healthy things for you. You can also make many meals with this simple yet amazing fruit.