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Organic Fresh Figs

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Organic Figs from Chiang Mai

Organic Figs from Chiang Mai

Organic Fresh Figs, but What is a Fig Exactly?

The fig is often referred to as a fruit, though it’s actually a group of tiny flowers growing inside an edible shell. Most of the world’s figs are grown in Greece, Portugal, Turkey, Spain, and California. Best in autumn, figs are intensely sweet, so they’re used in desserts, though they work in savory dishes and are eaten whole as well

The entire fig is edible, so you’ll want to wash the outside right before eating. While the stem is digestible, it’s often removed because it’s dense and fibrous. The fig can be left whole or cut into halves or quarters and eaten as is, chopped, ground, pureed, or cooked.

What Do Figs Taste Like?

Organic Fresh Fresh figs have a sweet, honeyed taste and a soft, squishy texture studded with appreciable seeds that give it crunch. Dried figs have a concentrated sweetness and a chewy texture; the seeds are nearly undetectable.

Cooking with Figs..!

A variety of cooking methods are used to prepare figs for different dishes, including baking, broiling, frying, and grilling. Figs are popular in syrups and jams, plus often used as a topping for yogurt, ice cream, or salads.

You can pair figs with a variety of savory foods. They are famously delicious with blue cheese and salty aged cheeses. Try them with accompaniments like garlic, olives, and capers, citrus fruits such as lemon or orange, or cured meats like pancetta, bacon, and ham.

Storage: you should always store figs in the refrigerator after delivery to your home and use them as soon as possible, but definitely within five to seven days after receiving. To avoid bruising, store them in a single layer on a plate or in a shallow bowl in the refrigerator. Cover them with plastic wrap. Preparation: Before use, gently wash fresh figs under cool water and pat dry.

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