Choose mangosteen with dark brown color, beautiful skin, feel good around the skin, not crushed if you want to eat it right away. In case you buy a lot, you should choose a fruit that is green but has red spots on the rind. A green fruit with a red point means that the fruit is ripe but not yet ripe, so you can buy it and eat it after 2 to 3 days. Many people say that mangosteen with a yellow pus stain on the outside is a delicious fruit, but according to the gardener, it is just a pus stain of the fruit, not a delicious fruit. Do not choose a fruit that is too big because it has a thick skin and little flesh. Should choose a round ball, just the size of a golf ball.
Please choose the fruit on the bottom with the shape of a flower, as many petals as many segments. So you can rely on this to choose fruit with many citrus fruits, it will be better to eat. Use your hands to gently press around the mangosteen peel. If the skin is soft, the mangosteen is ripe and can be eaten immediately. If the mangosteen peel is hard, the mangosteen fruit is still young and can not be eaten. Or the mangosteen is calloused or shriveled and cannot be eaten. Partial callus of mangosteen fruit may be due to the fact that when picking the mangosteen fruit, it falls to the ground, causing the peel to become calloused. It’s very simple, right? Mangosteen is delicious.
Should choose a bunch of ripe bananas with uneven color, dark pink or black spots. Do not choose the fruits that ripen evenly, the skin is dark yellow. Naturally ripe bananas will definitely ripen according to the stem and body of the banana. The stem is green, but the ripe yellow banana is definitely soaked in chemicals. You can also try it when you buy bananas. If the banana is ripe, the tree will have a natural, soft smell and taste. If bananas are soaked in chemicals, they will taste acrid and slightly hard, awkward, and have a slightly sour taste. In addition, if you are more careful, you can buy raw bananas, stretch the balls to put them in a cool place, and it will ripen on its own.
If you want to buy bananas to eat right away, choose a bunch of bananas with green and yellow fruits. Banana vinegar with medicine will ripen evenly, so this is considered a very important factor in choosing a safe banana for the family. Choose bananas with black dots (popularly known as pickled eggs), wrinkled banana peels, yellow skin with pink dots, and sometimes black lines on the peel. A bunch of natural ripe bananas will ripen evenly on both the stalk and the body of the banana. If the banana is yellow and beautiful, but the stem and top of the banana is still green, the seller is sure that the seller has used drugs to catch ripe bananas.
Color is the first thing to look at when you decide to buy pineapple. The pineapple stem is the place to indicate the sweetness of the pineapple. If the pineapple is bright yellow from the stem to the end or a bit green in some places, the fruit is ripe and sweet. The more golden the fruit, the higher the sweetness. If the pineapple is uneven in color and has dark brown, coppery or yellow spots that turn red, the fruit is overripe. Do not choose pineapple that is still green, because the fruit is not ripe and can not be ripe after buying. Pineapple with short fruit (round shape) has more pineapple flesh than long fruit (long tube shape). Should choose fruit with large pineapple eyes and as thin as possible so that after removing all pineapple eyes, you will have a thick pulp.
To check the freshness and ripeness of the pineapple, you can smell it at the end of the fruit. Choose fruits with a sweet and fresh aroma. If the smell is too little or no smell, it is because the fruit is not ripe. Conversely, overripe pineapples will have a slightly sour, fermented-like smell, like vinegar or too sweet. Overripe pineapple will be soft, you will feel this when you touch it with your hand. The skin of an overripe pineapple is often wrinkled. Fresh pineapples, just ripe, will not be too hard nor too soft, pressing your finger into the pineapple skin will not be indented. Moldy, oozing, or cracked skin are all signs that the pineapple has gone bad. The fresh green pineapple top is always a favorite. Overripe pineapples often have dry and brown tops with falling leaves.
You should choose a mango with an even yellow skin, tight skin, no roughness and no tiny bruises. The mango flesh is on the hard stalk, not soft or smooth, the stem is slightly sunken into the flesh. For mangoes with uneven color, stems or wilting and on the fruit often appear tiny black spots, do not buy because these mangoes are often rough, chemically ripened, so they do not have a natural sweet taste. like ripe mangoes, usually with a sour or bland taste. With green mango, you should choose hard fruits, white chalky skin, dark green skin because these are delicious fruits. The green but soft mangoes are the ones picked young to be kept for a long time. These fruits will have a pale taste, not delicious, and the mango flesh will be soft.
Fresh, natural and preservative-free mango fruit with a strong sweet aroma and essential oil. Sweet ripe mango, you will smell the pure, gentle aroma characteristic of extremely familiar and attractive mango that makes you want to eat immediately. For ripe mangoes but no smell or unnatural smell, chemical smell is not delicious, you absolutely should not choose. Gently squeeze the mango with your hand, the natural ripe mango will have a certain firmness, hold it firmly, press it not to be crushed, the mango flesh is flexible, the stem is tight, not soft. Do not choose mangoes that are too soft, not firm in your hand because these mangoes are overripe, without the crispiness, sweetness will not be very tasty.
Juicy oranges often have berry skins. If the orange is thick, it means it has less juice and less taste. Therefore, if you want to choose delicious oranges, lots of water, no preservatives, you should choose ripe ones, with yellow spots, not the same color, thin skin, medium-sized fruit, firm hand. The ripe, yellow fruits are most likely to be chemically vinegared. Fresh oranges are oranges with stem knobs, touching the knobs tightly, breaking by hand is also difficult to fall off. Orange leaves may wilt but remain attached to the stem. Those are oranges that have just been taken out of the garden, so they are delicious and safe. Should choose the fresh fruit, squeeze lightly to see the oil secreted out. Orange has a characteristic aroma, no strange smell of chemicals.
Should choose evenly round fruits, do not need to be too big, hold firmly, the bottom of the orange is yellow, it is old and ripe orange. If you see the stem is slightly concave compared to the surrounding, it is a juicy orange and a lot of water. If the wild oranges have fallen off the stem but the martial arts are still fresh, you can also buy them. It should be noted, the fallen stem must be bright yellow, the yellow fruit color is orange that is old and ripe, so the stem falls off, not for other reasons. Do not choose fruit with spots or bruises because the quality of the orange will be affected, which can be a breeding ground for mold or rot. With the type of crockery, you should choose the fruit with a neat shape, not slanted, not big, small on the side, fresh orange dimples. The orange peel around the stem is thick and high, the center of the knob is more concave than the surrounding. Hold it firmly in your hand. If you hold it in your hand, it feels light, the fruit is less watery, spongy and dry…
The aroma of durian will be stronger as the fruit matures. The spread of the smell will also be extremely intense even at quite a distance. You should choose fruits with such a strong aroma. Chemically soaked durians often have a very light smell, or even no smell, and their smell is often unnatural but unpleasant to the sense of smell. Sound is a factor to check the quality of durian. When buying durian, you should pick up the durian fruit and shake it gently, or use a durian opener to tap the fruit body. If the fruit makes a “bang” or a cloudy sound, it means that the fruit is firm and the rice is thick. And if the sound is acrid like “coong coong”, it seems hollow, the fruit has a lot of seeds and is not good to eat.
You should pay attention to the fruits with fresh stems, greenish and hard, if you press them with your nails, you will see a little wet and wet plastic.. If durian is left for a long time, the stem will shrivel and wilt. As for chemically soaked durians, if you stick your fingernails on the stem, you won’t see any plastic, and if left for a long time, the stem will rot. Ripe durian fruit will be moss green or slightly yellowish. If you touch the shell and see a creamy yellow powder, it is a chemically pressed durian. Durian skin can be cracked, and through that cracked shell, gently press the flesh with your hand to determine if the durian is ripe or not, if ripe, the flesh will be yellow, soft and fragrant.
To tell if an avocado is ripe, you should look at the stem of the avocado. Almost all of today’s popular butters choose this way. If you see a green avocado stem, the avocado is not yet ripe. If the core of the avocado stem is brown, the avocado is overcooked or even charred. If the core of the stem is slightly yellow, it means that the avocado has just ripened and is very delicious, you should choose these avocados. However, if you buy a lot of avocados to take home for your family to use gradually, you should only choose a few ripe fruits for the rest, so choose unripe ones to avoid overripe avocados. more.
Usually avocados have a green, glossy skin, indicating that this avocado is not ripe and cannot be used. The color of avocado turns purple-brown, rough skin means that the avocado has already begun to ripen. However, there are varieties of avocados that do not change color when ripe, such as water avocados. So you should also be equipped with more knowledge about the popular avocado varieties on the market today. When choosing an avocado, hold the avocado and gently squeeze it around. If the avocado is heavy, firm in the hand, and the feeling when it is soft, it is a good ripe avocado. Besides, the sound of shaking the avocado does not confirm 100% of the quality of the avocado. If you shake the fruit with a small sound, it is probably old, but if shaken and the sound is too hollow, then it is definitely young.
Today, many people still have the habit of choosing to eat seasonal fruits. Since each fruit usually tastes best in its own season, watermelon is no exception. In the north, watermelon Usually harvested in the summer. In contrast, in the South, you can find watermelons at any time, as they are available all year round. Older melons (signal for cantaloupe – sweet), often have a small stem and wither. While, the young melons, the stalks are still green, hard to shrivel, and prove that the melon was harvested early. The bottom of the melon is the part of the melon that comes into contact with the soil during growth. Therefore, you should choose the bottom of the melons to be yellow (or cream), as that is a sign that the melon is very tasty.
Left watermelon Thin skin and red flesh, you need to choose melons with round and glossy skin, especially the black stripes (on the body of the melon) are clearly visible. Occasionally, you will have a case: on the body of a melon there are brown marks or bee stings, don’t worry too much before using a knife to cut the melon! Because this is a sign that the melon is very sweet, because some bees have been in contact with the pollinator of the flower before fruiting. In addition, when gently pressing the peel with your hand, it looks sturdy, not mushy, and when you pat the melon, you hear a “pop, pop” sound. All these factors show that you have chosen a delicious watermelon! If the melon is heavier than its original size, it means that the melon is very succulent. For example, if a small watermelon that you hold in your hand is heavier than another small melon of the same size, or heavier than a large one, it means that the watermelon you hold is very juicy and delicious.
When buying, You should choose a jackfruit with a round shape, no depressions. Fruit with a waist, concave is prone to decay, hard or fibrous. Should choose the fruit when lifting it feels heavy. If you buy the whole fruit, use your hand to press the skin and see if it is soft, then the jackfruit is ripe. Hard, hard thorns are jackfruit still green. Natural ripe jackfruit has wide eyes, spines are not sharp and sparser than when the fruit is still green. Meanwhile, ripe jackfruit has sharp spines, very hard and thick. Just like when buying a watermelon, pat the jackfruit to hear the sound. If it makes a popping sound, the jackfruit is ripe and delicious. Aroma
Ripe jackfruit has a very specific aroma, you can smell it from afar. The injectable jackfruit will not be as fragrant as the ripe jackfruit, even without the smell. Observing the stem helps you choose a delicious jackfruit. For example, with jackfruit, you should choose fruit with a stem 0,5 cm long, jackfruit is a fruit with a stalk 1 – 1,5 cm long. When adding, if you see little sap and no white sap, it’s a ripe jackfruit. While injecting jackfruit often has a white sap flowing from the intestines, due to the jackfruit being picked when it is still green and the effects of the drug. The pulp of the ripe fruit is usually golden yellow, the pulp is thick, the taste is sweet, the pulp is light yellow or white. Ripe jackfruit is pressed, the pulp is also yellow, but when you eat it, you feel embarrassed.
Depending on the grape variety, the fruit will have different shapes. Should choose fruits that are not too big, slightly soft, with glossy, smooth skin, not crushed. Fresh grapes will have a layer of chalk on the skin. Absolutely do not choose grapes that have softened, have a strange smell or have speckled spots on the skin, because these are highly likely to be infected with pests or soaked in chemicals. Each type of grape has a characteristic color such as green grapes, red grapes, purple grapes… Should choose grapes with natural colors. If you find the fruit is rough, the skin is not tight, but the fruit is very large and still has a sweet taste, you should not buy it. These are not delicious grapes and may be laced with chemicals to sweeten them.
Grapes are left for a long time, the stem will turn dark brown and wilt, losing the characteristic sweetness of the fruit. Therefore, You should choose bunches of grapes with green and hard stems. This is a newly harvested grape with a delicious quality. Choose grapes with a sweet and sour taste. It is a naturally ripe grape. Do not buy bunches of grapes with a strong sweet taste because they are most likely chemically processed. When buying grapes, pick up the crushed ones and then carefully wrap the whole bunch with newspaper. Place the grapes in an airtight container and place in the refrigerator. This will help the grapes keep their fresh flavor for about 1-2 weeks.