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Chamoe: A must-eat summer melon, Korean yellow melon
There are two fruits that represent summer in Korea: One is watermelon, and the other is chamoe. When you see chamoe start to appear in the markets, it’s a sign that summer is truly here.
how to eat:
The first thing you need to do is peel off the skin. The most important tip for eating chamoe is to keep the innards! That delicate white flesh surrounding the seeds is where most of the sweetness lies. Sonja doesn’t mind eating the seeds but I’m not a huge fan—if you’re like me, then just carefully scrape the seeds out with the tip of your knife, but leave as much of the white segment as possible.
how to store:
Chamoe can be stored over a week in the refrigerator.AED 378.00AED 378.00
Jeju Greenhouse Mandarin is cultivated in Jeju, boasting a warm climate and abundant sunshine throughout the year.
Jeju Greenhouse Mandarin are seasonal and harvested without forcing to be colored, so you can check out the bluish, natural and sacred tangerines.
-Please enjoy the soft and soft tangerine first.
-The more house sugars are ripened 3 to 4 days at room temperature, the higher the sugar content.
The green color of the Jeju mandarin peel is a characteristic of the greenhouse cultivation during warmer weather. It is due to the chlorophyll produced on the peel of the orange citrus to protect itself from sunburn. The green color has no impact on the flavor.
Jeju Greenhouse Mandarin storage and precautions
-After opening the box, keep it in a cool place with good air and sunlight.
(It can be stored a little longer if refrigerated)
The biggest key to house citrus storage is to make sure that the fruits are well-ventilated without touching them.
Pick up the damaged oranges after receiving the product to avoid affecting other oranges.
It is better to keep it in with the newspaper to absorb moisture and making it well ventilated.AED 73.50AED 73.50