Last Updated : Jan 22,2018
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These are luscious, juicy, ready-to-eat pears in cans. Unsurprisingly sweet pear fruit satisfies all taste buds. It is very handy for desserts, appetizers, salads or as an ingredient for cooked dishes
How to Select
Choose ripe, mature fruits of ideal quality for canning. Commercially canned pears are available in slices or halves. Soaking canned pear in cold water for half an hour will remove some of the tinny flavor.
" Canned pear, with its sweet flavor, is a great complement to all types of dishes including appetizers, main dishes, salads, side dishes and desserts.
How to Store
Store unopened cans in a cool, dry place. Keep in the refrigerator if you prefer chilled pineapple. After opening, store unused pineapple in a glass or plastic container in your refrigerator. Canned pineapple can be stored up to one year on the shelf in a cool, dry cabinet. Leftover canned pineapple should be refrigerated in its juice in a covered container and consumed within a week. While this process will not make the fruit any sweeter, it will help it to become softer and juicier. Yet, as they are very perishable, you should still watch them closely during this period to ensure that they do not spoil.
" Though Fresh Pears should be consumed for its nutritional benefits but canned ones are also relished equally.
" Only thing is to monitor on the sugar content, diabetics and weight watchers have to be alert.
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