The grape or grape berry is the name given to the fruit that grows in bunches on the common vine or European vine. On this page, you will find the coloring pictures of grape.
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By pressing the grape, a juice called must is obtained, which, if made to ferment, produces wine.
It can be prevented from fermenting by placing it in an airtight container and subjecting it to a water bath for half an hour to destroy the yeasts that cause fermentation. It has the same properties as fresh grapes.
It is used in depurative diets because of the simplicity of its components. It’s laxative properties (they are very rich in pectin), remineralizing, and alkalizing since they contain 72 % of alkaline mineral salts.
Ideal for children and the elderly, as a nutritional supplement, and also for adults who need a good source of energy.
Convalescing people benefit greatly, as they often have no appetite, and the grape is easy to drink, providing them with fluids, energy, purification, and nourishment.
People with diabetes cannot take it as it would raise their blood glucose levels. People with very delicate intestines should also be watched because of their laxative properties.
Because of the ease they offer to be consumed. The sweetness provided by their berries is an ideal dessert for people, who, in addition to their exquisite taste, will be favored by their nutritional properties.
The grapes ripen according to the varieties and areas of cultivation from mid-summer to early winter.
The grapes are harvested as soon as the ripening stage is possible, which happens between mid-September and the end of November.
Therefore, fresh seasonal grapes can be tasted during the autumn and early winter months.
Before buying the grapes, shake the bunch very gently. The berries must remain in place, and if any fall, the grapes are too ripe.
The bunches must be stable, and the fruit firm has smooth skin and uniform in color and size; black or red varieties must not show any green signs.
Once at home, the grapes are kept for a long time in perfect condition if they are picked at the right point of ripeness and hung up with their tails down, so that the berries are separated from each other and do not touch, on hooks placed on wires laid out.
They can also be enclosed in a special sulphurised paper or cellophane bag and hung on a nail. In the refrigerator, they can be kept in good condition for up to two weeks.
To give them their full flavor and aroma, they should be taken out of the fridge one hour before consumption.