Planting base: South Africa
South Africa is known as the "Rainbow Country" and is located at the southernmost tip of the African continent. It is a high-quality fruit producing area in the world and one of the largest fruit export bases in the world. One. Its unique geographical advantage allows the fruit to grow vigorously in the fertile soil and abundant underground water for more than ten hours a day, ensuring the excellent quality of South African red grapefruit.
Early adopter season
Thin peel, full fruit heart, sweet and bitter taste, pleasant aroma
How to eat/storage
Eating: 1. Peel and eat directly. Note that while peeling the outer skin, you can also peel off the inner skin of the grapefruit, leaving only the pulp, so that the grapefruit will not taste bitter and astringent.
2. Many people think that grapefruit is not tasty because it is not sweet enough. So you can squeeze grapefruit juice after peeling off the outer skin and inner skin, and then add appropriate amount of sugar and honey according to your own preferences. This kind of grapefruit juice is very suitable for summer drinking. Of course, other fruits can also be added to make a mixed fruit juice, which tastes very good.
3. After removing the outer skin and inner skin of grapefruit, you can choose to mix it with yogurt.
Storage: You only need to store the grapefruit in a ventilated place above ten degrees. When storing the grapefruit, you should also check whether the grapefruit skin is crushed or damaged. , And don’t store it in a place with alcohol. It should be stored in a cool and ventilated place. It would be better if there is cold wind.
Grapefruit is best not to be stored in the refrigerator, so that the storage time will become shorter. If the grapefruit has been peeled, you can wrap it with a plastic wrap. The temperature will not be damaged if the temperature does not exceed 20 degrees in winter. Will make grapefruit sweeter.
If the grapefruit is not peeled, do not store it in direct sunlight. This will also make the decay faster. The surface of the grapefruit should also be kept dry when it is stored. If it is in contact with water, it will only deteriorate at a rate Become faster.