Figs can vary in colour from purple, green, white, red or black. One colour succeeds another as the different varieties come into season during mid-summer to early autumn. Different varieties differ a little in firmness and sweetness. The interior of a fig is a mass of minute, edible flowers and tiny potential fruits that crunch like seeds, embedded in soft flesh; when the fruit is fully ripe, the texture at the center is moist and luscious. To Prepare: Wipe figs with a damp cloth before eating them. Always trim off the stem as this contains an oozy white substance, which is unpleasant to eat. Some figs have thicker skin than others and need to be peeled. To Store; Sotre on a plate in the fridge for 2-3 days, but bring to room temperature before eating.
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