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Do you eat persimmon fruit with skin?

  1. Good question! In this section, HealthNet will look for the answers to gnawing questions. This time: Can you eat the skin of persimmons?

Firm, tough skin

  1. Persimmon fruit or Sharon is widely available in the autumn months, but for many it is still an unknown fruit. The bright orange, sweet and round fruit looks a bit like a tomato. It has a crown and contains no seeds, which means there is no core or seed list to remove. The peel can also be eaten normally. It can feel a bit firm and sometimes even a bit chewy, but it is not necessary to peel persimmons. However, it is important to wash any dirt from the persimmons, as is the case with other fruit and vegetables. Then you can cut or chop kaki fruit.

When is persimmons ripe? Persimmon fruit is ripe when it appears orange-red, glassy and overripe. The fruit then feels soft and is juicy and very sweet in taste. Sharon can also be eaten when it is still a bit firmer. In contrast to other kaki species, this variety does not contain tannic acid when it is not ripe. Tannic acid can make the mouth uncomfortable. Fortunately, the Sharon in particular is sold in the Netherlands. Also read Easy kaki tarts Persimmon fruit is that healthy Are the skins of fruit and vegetables healthy? Don't miss anything anymore?

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