A few weeks ago, I decided to make my own fruit salad from dried apricots and cherries, and I made the following list.
But I’ve come to realize that the list is only part of the fruit salad: I made a few other lists, too, of fruit salad staples, and this list is just a start.
You can make your own fruit salads, too.
Some fruits and vegetables are particularly delicious.
In the end, however, there are only so many ways to enjoy a salad, so try to keep it simple.
Here are some other great fruits and veggies to try: Arugula (from basil, oregano and thyme) Arugulas are one of the simplest fruits to prepare.
They have a soft, tender texture and a sweet, earthy taste that can be combined with the flavor of fresh or canned fruit.
Arugulans also tend to be good sources of vitamins A and C, iron, calcium, magnesium, and zinc.
They also contain calcium, folate, magnesium and vitamin B12, which are helpful in reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease and osteoporosis.
They are also rich in antioxidants, which help prevent cancer and other degenerative diseases.
A few Aruguleas to try from Amazon: Apple Apple Lemon Blueberries Broccoli Cucumber Green Beans Mango Peach Pineapple Plums Red Apples Strawberries Zucchini Yam Zucchini Zucchinis *These fruits are delicious if prepared in the same way as the Arugularas above.
They should be cooked before eating.
A lot of people find the texture and flavor of frozen or canned fruits delicious.
But if you can’t find frozen or frozen-pickled fruit, try making your own at home.
They taste better than canned fruit if prepared the way the list shows.
More to try