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Persimmons

Tsurunoko

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Hyakume

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Fuyu

Hachiya

Tamopan

Tanenashi

 

 


TANENASHI PERSIMMONS

Description:Pretty pointed shape more formal and angular than hachiya and lighter skinned, also tends to be smaller. Astringent type must be eaten when fully soft. Hybrid of hachiya was supposed to be seedless, but still has seeds, at least in our orchard. Rich, sweet flesh is orange.

Season: October, November

Size: 20 to 32 per metric layer

Suggested uses: Fresh eating, baking, sorbets, sauces.

Shelf life: Can be delivered firm to be softened at your convenience. Store at 32 F, separated from ethylene-producing fruits, to keep firm for several weeks. Do not store between 36 and 50 degrees. 7 to 10 days at cool room temperature, away from other fruit to keep from softening. Once soft, eat or process within a few days. Persimmon pulp freezes well.

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