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The wonderfully edible fruit of the genus Rubus, orange raspberries offer the very same distinct flavor of red raspberries.
Mid-Summer is the peak season for California orange raspberries.
Raspberries were at one time only a mid-summer crop. Because of today's innovative technology along with numerous cultivars and speedier transportation, this fruit is available year round.
An excellent source of vitamin C and dietary fiber, cholesterol-fee, sodium-free and saturated fat-free raspberries contain some vitamin A, calcium and iron. One cup has about 60 calories. A recent study found that nine or ten daily servings of fruits and vegetables with three servings of low-fat dairy products were effective in lowering blood pressure.
Enjoy as a healthy snack. Top ice cream specialties and sorbet. Mix into vanilla or plain yogurt. Make scrumptious raspberry jam. Include on fruit plates. To store, keep refrigerated. Use promptly for optimum quality and flavor. For longer storage, freeze in a single layer on a tray. Place berries in a freezer bag or in an airtight container.
Locally grown in California at Pudwill Farms, the name "raspberry" originally referred to the European species Rubus idaeus, meaning red fruit. Most commercially grown pale colored raspberries are merely derivatives of red raspberries. When the fruit releases easily from its torus or receptacle and has turned a deep color depending on the species and cultivar, the fruit is at its sweetest and ripest stage. Specialty Produce strongly supports and enthusiastically endorses our local growers, farmers, ranchers and the California farming industry.
Recipes that include Orange Raspberries. One is easiest, three is harder.
|Farmgirl Fare||Really Raspberry Tartlets|
|Seattle Bon Vivant||Golden Raspberry Jam|
|My Button Cake||Golden Raspberry Custard Tarts|
|Spectacularly Delicious||Golden Raspberry and Pear Jam|
|Foodista||Panna Cotta with Raspberry Orange Sauce|