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  1. Yellow honeydews worth their weight in gold

     Yellow honeydews worth their weight in gold

    At Rocky Ponds Produce we produce a range of melons. The yellow-skinned honeydew is a favourite in our house.

    The first thing you will notice is the intense colour of the skin. Traditionally, honeydew melons are pale green but Gold Honeydew melons are bright yellow. This colour makes Gold Honeydew melons very attractive as they easily contrast with other fruit and vegetables in the fruit bowl. The internal colour is also different. While traditional honeydew melons are pale green inside, Gold Honeydew melons have white flesh. This also produces a nice contrast, especially if this melon is used for salads. The shape of Gold Honeydew melons is also different. Traditional honeydew melons are round, while Gold Honeydew melons are more elongated reminding us of a more exotic fruit.

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  2. We eat salads for breakfast!

    We eat salads for breakfast!

    As a team united by our love for salads, we were thrilled to discover an exciting new trend amongst foodies and bloggers: eating salad for breakfast! We regularly eat salad for lunch and dinner, so why not breakfast? A salad in the morning can provide just the right mix of healthy fats, protein and nutrients to keep you feeling full and energetic until lunch time. What a great way to kickstart your “five a day”! 

    As a team united by our love for salads, we were thrilled to discover an exciting new trend amongst foodies and bloggers: eating salad for breakfast! We regularly eat salad for lunch and dinner, so why not breakfast? A salad in the morning can provide just the right mix of healthy fats, protein and nutrients to keep you feeling full and energetic until lunch time. What a great way to kickstart your “five a day”! 

    The combinations for a simple breakfast salad are endless. We are sure it will become a new morning addiction. Here are a few easy ideas to get you started. 

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  3. Nicknamed the strawberry pear discover a delicious fruit

    Nicknamed the strawberry pear discover a delicious fruit

    What fresh produce has a hot pink and spiky skin bursting with white flesh full of seeds resembling those of a kiwi fruit? It’s grown in the Northern Territory, Australia and tastes like a mix of kiwi, pears and honey. Still can’t guess? It’s nicknamed the “strawberry pear” and known as pitaya in its native Mexico.

    You got it! Dragon fruit. “A delicious, tangy summer fruit, rich in fibre and chock full of goodness, including high amounts of calcium, potassium, magnesium and vitamin C,” says Marcus Karlsson who grows the fruit on his family’s Humpty Doo property about 30 kilometres south of Darwin. “It’s low in calories and is best eaten chilled. You just cut it, cube it — there’s no big stone inside — it’s all fruit.”

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