Apricot fruit 12 health benefits & facts you should know
Apricot are the yellowish-orange fruits that belong to the family of Rosacea or Prunus. In appearance and size, Apricots are small in size and a fully matured fruit can be between 1.5 cm to 2.5 cm. They are covered in a velvet-like skin that is smooth and soft to touch owing to a beautiful hairy cover.
Apricot is available and consumed in both fresh as well as dried form. Both are equally nutritious in their content. In their unripe form, Apricots are green, and they turn to a golden yellow or orange shade ones they start ripening. They are usually available in the summer season.
However, you can relish the canned and dried variety all through the year. Their flesh is quite firm, and they are sweet and have a musky, faint tartness in their taste sometimes. READ MORE…