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GET FRESH: FIGS

This fleshy favorite isn't technically a fruit. It's a flower that folds in on itself to encase its crunchy seeds.
fresh figs

Squeeze
figs for ripeness. The flesh should feel taut but give a little under pressure.

Smell
them. They should have a sweet honeysuckle scent.

Refrigerate
for up to three days. They're highly perishable, so eat them as soon as possible.

Serve
raw or cooked. Figs add a pleasant sweetness that enhances savory food and mellows rich desserts.

Try
them grilled on kebabs, stewed with pork or chicken and sliced raw in salads

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