HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT RIPE PEACH


How to choose the right ripe peach

How to choose the right ripe peach 

Peach (Prunus persica), an economically cultivated tree that grows in the warmer temperate regions of the northern and southern hemisphere for its sweet fruit. Peaches are eaten fresh and cooked in pies and cobblers; Canned peaches are a staple in many places. The yellow fleshed type is especially rich in vitamin A. 
 
Who doesn't love peaches and pies, chips, cobblers and stone fruit salad? We have only one caveat: peaches should be soft, sweet and juicy. There's nothing worse than trying to cut a tough peach and hearing the squealing sound as you tear the flesh from the pit. Drippy chin and hands fully covered or don't even bother. 

What's the best way to use ripe peaches? Here are some simple tips. Once you find The One, try one of our delicious peach recipes.

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What to look for
 
Color comes first. The best peaches should have vibrant, yellow flesh and golden reddish skin. Keep an eye on the stems: a light yellow tone is a sign of an under-ripe peach; A bright golden color is a sign of maturity. Avoid fruit with green spots, bruises, bruises or flat spots. Also avoid peaches with wrinkled skin: they were probably refrigerated after they were taken out and dried out.

What to smell

The smell of peaches is directly related to taste. If you take a breath and don't smell anything, it probably doesn't taste like anything. This is not always the case (depending on the variety), but generally speaking, fruit from the farmer's market should be fragrant.

What to feel

A light roll with a peach will tell you a lot. Press on the side or at the level of the stem: If it is a little soft (this should give a little pressure), the fruit is ripe. Firmness is a sign that your peaches are not ripe. Because you may want to enjoy your peaches for several days, it's a good idea to buy different ripeness levels.

Plan ahead
 
Think about when you want to enjoy your peaches. If you're baking for a picnic today, go for perfection; If you want to throw them on the grill in three days, find some that are strong in color.

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Store smarter
 
Store your peaches at room temperature. Keep them stems down in a single layer to avoid bruising. If they start to get too big, throw them in the drawer of your refrigerator. 

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