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simple fruit

[′sim·pəl ′früt]
(botany)
A fruit that has developed from a single carpel or several united carpels.
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Simple Fruit Desserts: This four-week course will teach students the finer points of creating cobblers, crisps, and shortcakes as well as a wide array of other fruity morsels.
Fossils of simple- and compound-dogwood fruits, collected at European sites, can be distinguished by their shape: The stone of the simple fruit is ovoid whereas the stone of a compound fruit is asymmetrical and tapered.
YoueCOve probably heard about the benefits of the wondrous Goji berry, a simple fruit that promises to protect your body from premature ageing, increase strength and energy, and protect the immune system.
Ingredients 1 small knuckle of ham 1 onion chopped 3 cloves 1 packet unsalted English butter 1 dessert spoon of English mustard what to drink WE recommend a Chardonnay to complement this week's recipe -- so try Marks & Spencer's Gaston de Veau Chardonnay, which has been left unaoked to emphasise its bright, simple fruit flavours making it incredibly easy-drinking and refreshing.
Who would have thought that a simple fruit could do something like that?
This is lovely after a rich main course for summer lunch, especially if served with a simple fruit salad.
I gained the cooking skills to be confident in dishes I never knew I can make from simple fruits and vegetables," Marquez said.
With simple fruits, violets and red cherry, this elegant and affordable drop goes down a treat.
Meals throughout the day should have a combination of long-acting, complex carbohydrates, such as whole grains, starchy vegetables, squash, carrots, and pumpkins, and short-acting carbs, such as simple fruits and vegetables, along with protein--meat, fish, poultry, beans, nuts, and low-fat dairy products.
Simple fruits are fruits that develop from a single ovary, whether it is composed of only one or several fused carpels, such as the peach in Figure 5-13.
The three major types of fruits are simple fruits, aggregate fruits, and multiple fruits.