The Basics: White Nectarines

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White Nectarines

White nectarines are a delicate stone fruit available from late spring through the summer months that are ideal to use in piestarts & galettes. They are typically known to have a sweeter flavor & to be lower in acid than their yellow counterpart. White nectarines are similar to white peaches in that they lack the gene that produces the fuzz on the exterior of the fruit. They offer many health benefits as they are good sources of potassium, vitamin C & fiber averaging about 7 to 8-ounces each with a smooth skin. Learn how to slice white nectarines that may be used for a number of recipe applications.

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How To Slice Firm, Ripe White Nectarines

White nectarines may be handled much like a peach. They do not need to be peeled ahead of time for use in a variety of cooking procedures making them effortless to prepare. 

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Start by cutting one side of the peach on a wooden board. Use your knife to gage where the pit is located & make the cut just before it. Place the flat side down & cut into slices or dice the fruit according to the recipe instructions. Continue turning & cutting the fruit until all of the flesh has been removed. You will end up with a rectangular shape & the pit will be suspended in the center. Simply toss it away when done with the task.

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