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Eng Course- Eating pears is to be healthy- Download Free PDF




Pears are one of the world’s oldest cultivated fruits and have
been referenced in ancient stories and records dating back to
5,000 B.C..  Thanks to their versatility and long storage life,
pears were a valuable and much desired commodity among
the trading routes of the ancient world.  Early colonists brought
the first pear trees to America where they thrived until crop
blights proved too severe to sustain widespread cultivation.
Later the pear tree was brought to Idaho and the Northwest
where ideal climate and growing conditions allowed the fruit to
flourish.  
Today, pears are grown throughout Idaho, but primarily in the
southwest Snake River Valley.  Major Idaho varieties include
Barlett ,Anjou, and Bosc pears. Harvest season in Idaho is late
August and September, but due to storage capabilities pears
are available fresh through November.
Pears are a unique fruit that ripen best off the tree.  Pears
shipped and sold in grocery stores are often fully mature but
not ripe.  To tell if a pear is ripe, press on the neck of the fruit
— if it gives slightly, it is ripe. To ripen pears, store at room
temperature until slightly soft, then store in refrigerator for up
to 3 days.  

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