How to choose kiwifruit?

Kiwifruit is not only a strange name, but also rich in nutritional value and efficacy. It is an excellent fruit. According to the Chinese Nutrition Society, the daily intake of vitamin C in adults is 100 mg. It seems that if you eat a kiwi every day, you don’t have to worry about your vitamin C intake. How do you choose kiwifruit? Let’s take a look at it with Xiaobian!

When kiwifruit matures, there is no obvious change in appearance color, and many people do not know how to choose. Below, Xiaobian teaches you a few tips for picking kiwifruit.

1, first look at the shape. Generally, the appearance is full, the color is uniform, and the skin is close to the earthy yellow skin. It is generally a symbol of long sunshine time. In that case, the kiwi fruit will be sweeter, and the kiwi should also pick the tip of the head. Generally, hormones are used less.

2, look at the feel. Generally, when selecting kiwifruit, pay attention to whether the surface is intact, whether there is a depression or not. If it is soft locally or partially, it is recommended not to pick it. Because it is generally soft, it is easy to break without being released. It is recommended not to pick.

3,Look at the color. When selecting kiwifruit, it is recommended to choose a peel that is yellowish brown and shiny, and the hair on the peel is not easy to fall off. Generally, this type of fruit is sweet and sour.

4, look at the size. Generally, most of the fruits are not as sweet as they are. Generally, the selection of large fruits is not limited. Generally, small fruits are not worse than large fruits in taste. Generally, if the fruits are abnormally large, it is recommended not to select them.

5, smell the aroma. Fully mature kiwi fruit with a soft texture and aroma, which is suitable for eating. If the fruit is hard and has no aroma, it means that it is not mature. If the fruit is very soft, or it is smoldering and smelling, it is over-cooked or rotted. For kiwifruit that has not yet been softly cooked, it can be sealed with a plastic bag and left at room temperature for about 5 days, which is generally naturally ripened. For kiwis that are not in use, it is best to wrap them in plastic bags and keep them in the refrigerator.