Persimmons, Quince, Endive, Pomegranate, Japanese Sweet Potato, Rutabagas

Persimmons, Quince

14 Fruits And Vegetables You Need to Eat This Fall

Pomegranates have been used for years for their health benefits. Modern science has found that pomegranates can help protect your heart and may even prevent cancer.

10/23/2021 8:00:00 PM

Pomegranates have been used for years for their health benefits. Modern science has found that pomegranates can help protect your heart and may even prevent cancer.

Pumpkins, squash, and cranberries have had a nice run, but it’s time for them to share the spotlight with some other fall fruits and veggies. Find out which ones with this WebMD slideshow.

membrillo, a very thick jam the Spanish eat with cheese. Quinces are related to apples and pears but better able to survive extremes of temperature and drought.Brussels Sprouts/16Also known as “the vegetable you used to hate,” Brussels sprouts got a makeover when American chefs started roasting them to a delicious crisp with olive oil or pan-frying them with caramelized onions. Now they have a new taste and a new stylish image to match.

Rutabaga/16This sweet, nutty root vegetable is best harvested in the fall and is great to bake together with fennel and turnips for a delicious fall and winter side dish.Japanese Sweet Potatoes/16Also known as oriental potatoes, these have a yellow-white flesh and purple skin, unlike their more traditional bright-orange cousins. They’re also sweet, but they have a unique flavor and are packed with healthy vitamins and nutrients. In Japan, they’re used to make liquor as well.

Jujube/16This unusual fruit grows on trees and may be eaten fresh, in early fall, just as it turns from green to brown. It also dries on the tree without any outside help. The result is a hardier form of the fruit that lasts much longer and has a flavor similar to dates, though not as sweet.

Pomegranates/16The beautiful ruby red seeds of this fruit are delicious on their own, on top of a salad, or mixed with yogurt. They’re also used in Persian cooking to make sauces, syrups, and spectacular savory stews.Asian Pear/16Firm and crisp like an apple, this fruit has a pleasant, sweet flavor. It’s delicious on its own or with some yogurt and is a great addition to salads as well. With careful handling, it can have a long shelf life.

Grapes/16The traditional fall harvest of grapes is cause for celebration for winemakers across the globe. But, of course, grapes are good to eat fresh as well -- on their own or added to dishes. Along with walnuts, they can liven up traditional chicken salad.

Pumpkin/16More than a Halloween decoration, this gourd can be healthy and delicious. And not just in pie, either -- it can be pureed for soup, roasted for a side dish, and even made into a milkshake.Shallots/16 Read more: WebMD »

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I love pomegranates, they are like natures own jewellery box and inside a present of bright red pretty little gemstones✨ Beautiful and so juicy.They are quite addictive.😋

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