Cooking in season..... Spring
Spring has Sprung and what a beautiful season spring is!
Currently in supermarkets across the country you are able to purchase all types of fruits and veggies most of the year round. Now this may appear to seem as though everything is always in season, yet it is not.
There is something to eating in season... fruit & vegetables are much more delicious and full of flavour naturally, and it's definitely more cost effective when buying ingredients that are in season.
Here is a list of Spring fruits and vegetables for Western Australia to keep an eye out for next time your shopping:
Apricots, strawberries, guava, lemon, lime, mango, blueberries, figs, mulberries, oranges (valencia) .
Artichoke, asparagus, cucumber, cauliflower, beans (broad), peas, garlic, brussel sprouts.
And remember, when preparing fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables make sure to serve them with the least amount of fuss as possible. The natural flavours and textures are at their peak, so they don't need to many extras :)
27/10/2017 07:12:17 pm
What a wonderful fruits you have this spring?! Spring is probably the happiest season for all those who own farms because during spring they can harvest the best products they can have. One of these are fruits. I am really fond of planting fruits in our small farm in the backyard and I see how they grow. It is really enjoying and satisfying. I hope that the season will continue to be felt. Thank you for sharing the good news.
21/5/2019 08:02:14 pm
Indeed, there are fruits that are worth everything during Spring season. This is one of the many reasons why I love spring; it’s because it’s the harvest season for fruits and vegetables. As a person who grew up from my grandfather’s farm, harvesting has been a huge part of my youth as it helped me create great memories that I don’t plan to forget. Mulberries, oranges, and strawberries are just some of my favorite fruits to harvest. It will always be a fun thing to do, and you guys know that!
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