The Basics: Bing Cherries

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Bing Cherries

Bing cherries are a stone fruit available during the summer months that are ideal to use in piestarts & galettes. They are considered to be the most popular sweet cherry classified as Prunus avium that grows predominately in the Pacific Northwestern region of the United States. The heart-shaped fruit is ideal to use for a number of culinary applications from canning to making pies. Bing cherries offer many health benefits as they are good sources of potassium, calcium, iron & vitamin C. Anthocyanin may be found in the rich skin of the fruit that is known as an anti-inflammatory aide. Learn how to remove the pit from bing cherries so they may be used for a number of recipe applications.

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How To Purchase Fresh Cherries For Recipe Applications

If recipes call for a cup measure of fruit, it’s good to know how much should be purchased & what to expect once the pit has been removed from the cherries so they are flawless once prepared.

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One pound of fresh cherries yields 14 ounces once the pit has been removed. Most recipes will more than likely call for a cup measure. Expect approximately 2 1/2 cups of pitted cherries per pound. Remove the pits up to a day ahead of time for pies & pastry applications. In most cases, the fruit doesn’t need to be cut smaller. Use individual recipe instructions as a guide.

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