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***Strawberries (Frozen) - 300g
Strawberries! Fruit from the heart.
Strawberries are a source of vitamin C to strengthen the immune system, fiber to regulate the digestive tract, and vitamin A to maintain healthy organ functioning. The fruits also provide vitamin E to reduce inflammation, potassium to balance fluid levels within the body, copper to develop connective tissues, and other nutrients, including manganese, iron, and iodine. The pigmented skin and flesh contain anthocyanins, natural compounds that give the fruit its coloring and have antioxidant-like properties to protect the cells against the damage caused by free radicals. Historically, Strawberries were used in ancient civilizations such as the Romans to reduce symptoms associated with inflammation, melancholy, fevers, and infections. The leaves and dried fruits were also used in teas in Asia to detox the body. In the 13th century France, Strawberries were thought to soothe upset stomachs and were used topically for skin rashes, blemishes, and complexion.
Strawberries are a universal ingredient and generally have a sweet, tart, and fruity taste suited for fresh and cooked preparations. The fruits are traditionally consumed straight out of hand or sliced and tossed into salads, added to fruit medleys, or served on cheese platters for added color, texture, and flavor. Strawberries can also be sliced and used as a fresh topping over yogurt, granola, pancakes, and French toast, dipped whole into chocolate, or placed as an edible decoration over cakes and desserts. In the United Kingdom, Strawberries are famously served with cream, a dessert that can be traced back to the early 16th century. It is said that the right-hand man to King Henry VIII, Thomas Wolsey, served the Strawberry-centric dessert at one of the king's banquets in 1509. Strawberries and cream were later served to spectators of tennis matches in the United Kingdom, establishing a tradition that is still honored at the Wimbledon Championships in the modern day. In addition to fresh preparations, Strawberries can be simmered into jams, jellies, syrups, and compotes. They can also be baked into cakes, bread, tarts, pies, cheesecakes, and shortcakes.
Whole, unwashed Strawberries will keep for 3 to 5 days when stored in the refrigerator. The fruits can also be frozen whole for approximately two months.