There is always plenty to choose from in the fruit and vegetable sections of your supermarkets. We tend to choose the ones that are the biggest and the most beautiful, but you have to be careful because you could end up with foods that are certainly big, but which have no taste! So how do you choose them without making a mistake among all these foods that all have different colors, sizes and textures? Here are some tips for recognizing good products and taking advantage of what they have to offer!
1. For a good sweet melon
Count its features to know its taste. All melons have vertical lines extending from each end of the melon. If you count less than 10 strokes, then the melon will be less sweet because it will not have had time to develop well. You can also see if the stalk comes off easily, if your thumb is digging into the ends of the melon and if it is really heavy.
2. To find a ripe avocado
A daily struggle: how to find Le bon avocado, without having to pay a fortune for those already ripe and pre-selected? You obviously have to squeeze the avocado a little to see if it is ripe without crushing it with your fingers. A simple press should already give you an idea. Her skin needs to be smooth and unblemished. When you open the avocados, their color should be yellow for the perfect avocado. Green is not ripe enough, and brown is too late!