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Winter Fruits?

jj101

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What is the best carbohydrate to have in winter?

It is winter time here in England / Holland and I have been having a lot of orange juice and grape with the occasional potato but it is starting to get a bit monotonous.

Also what effect dose the fact fruits are imported have on there nutrition? I have had a quick goggle but I am struggling to find any clear answer.

Thanks for any response
 

Birdie

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I noticed nobody has answered this one :lol:

I'll tell you what we're doing. Lots of oj. Then peaches, pears, and apples canned in glass with only sugar added. So, they come cooked. I usually drain these and bake the fruit with lemon juice, sugar, vanilla, or maybe cinnamon. Then I dot it with butter and put in low oven.

Also, I re-cook applesauce that comes in a jar. This has too much pectin but I do it anyway.

That's all I can think of right now. Sometimes I see grapes. Sometimes I suck orange slices. It's not fun like summer.
 

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