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Rock hard and yellow in colour quinces are almost like a cross between a pear and an apple. Dating back centuries, quinces were even found in ancient Greek and Roman times. Although sometimes are hard to find, your local supermarket or farmers markets should have them throughout autumn months.
FOOD ACTIVES:
Vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin B6, folate, riboflavin, calcium, iron, copper, potassium, zinc, magnesium and fibre
BEAUTY BENEFITS:
Quinces reduce inflammation from the inside out, by soothing the digestive system and reducing puffiness in your complexion. Full of vitamin C, quinces also help to boost your immune system and ward off wrinkles - helping you to look and feel great! Iron and copper work together to maintains healthy, lush hair without any grey strays. Copper also helps to reduce the appearance of pigmentation or sun spots to provide a clear, youthful complexion.
COOK:
Quinces can be eaten raw but are less tart after being cooked. Bake or cook in a saucepan, similar to a pear until warm and soft for a delicious treat on a cool night.
TIP:
When selecting the fruit, quinces should be firm and yellow with minimal green colouring. And don’t forget to remove the seeds before cooking!

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PRINT TO KEEP HANDY
PRINT this gorgeous 10x15cm beautifood skin food card to keep beauty inspiration at finger tips reach in your kitchen Step 1. Simply click on the skin food image . Step 2. Then right click and choose †˜Save image as’ where it will be a JPEG in whichever folder you choose. Step 3. Open the saved image and print on a postcard size (6†x4†/10cmx15cm) photo paper. Step 4. Send to printer for your gorgeous skin food card! Step 5. Display on your fridge file in a A-Z card box in your kitchen. be delicious.... inside and out
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