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Did you know?

Strawberries are one of the fruits most affected by the amount of pesticides, therefore it is recommended to buy organic ones, although this does not ensure that they do not have residues of some pesticides.
However, this delicious fruit is rich in vitamin C, fiber and manganese. It is recommended to store them dry in the refrigerator to prolong their preservation.

Origin

Strawberries are native to the temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. Nowadays there are native varieties of wild strawberries ranging from South America to Europe and Asia.

Selection

March or April? Look for locally-grown strawberries that are available from the end of Spring through mid-to-late Summer.


Preparation

Strawberries are very versatile, but  they really shine when eaten raw. they can be stewed, tucked into a pie, made into jam, pickled, churned into ice cream or frozen into an icy sorbet.

Consumption

They are rich in vitamin C and contain great amounts of fiber and manganese. They are also a good source of folate and potassium.


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