Cherimoya or Custard Apple. Use when firm and yielding to gentle pressure, like avocado, not hard or soft. Serve chilled, cut in half or wedges, discarding seeds. Good fiber, Vitamin B6, C, potassium, riboflavin, thiamin, copper, folate, magnesium, phosphorus and pantothenic acid.
You may recognize this by its more familiar name—star fruit, so-called because its slices are star-shaped. “It adds tart flavor to certain poultry, meat and seafood dishes and acts as a garnish for salads, drinks and desserts,” says Mira Ilic, registered dietitian at the Cleveland Clinic. “It also can be eaten fresh, juiced and in jam or chutney.” The flavorful fruit is only 41 calories per 1-cup serving, but it’s chock full of vitamin C, potassium, flavonoids, B vitamins and fiber. Pick…
Exotic Oils: We've rarely heard of it. Avocado Oil is similar to Olive oil. It can be used either way, for cooking or in salads. It has a high concentration of monounsaturated fats, potassium, and vitamins A, D and E.This fruit is rich in antioxidants as well as beta-sitosterol, which helps in reducing the risk of developing cancer and heart diseases. Join our group https://www.facebook.com/groups/JRCSpices For more information: http://www.JRCspices.com/ #JRCSpices #Spices
5 Easy Ways to Eat More Avocado. So given all of the major health benefits of this delicious little superfood, I thought I’d put together a little list of some of the easiest things to do with avocados. Enjoy!
Avocado Oil - Avocado Oil is a rich, heavy oil that nourishes and restores dry, dehydrated skin. It is high in Vitamins A and E. Avocado Oil is a superb addition in soap making because of its high percentage of unsaponifiables. It yields a rich and extremely deep penetrating oil, rich in vitamins A, D and E, lecithin, as well as potassium - known as the youth mineral.