Winter can be tough, but these seasonal fruits stay fresh through the colder months.
Inside a pomegranate you’ll find tiny juice-filled arils that are loaded with vitamin C and antioxidants. The best way to get the edible arils out is to cut the pomegranate in half, then place each half in a bowl of water and gently work out the arils. This also prevents you from getting caught red-handed. You can also buy just the arils in the produce department.
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Hyvee Culinary Expert TipCosmic Crisp is a new apple variety from Washington. Their flavor is Honeycrisp-like but their color is much brighter. They're pretty much "out of this world" for snacking and baking. Look for them on display in the produce department.
Winter's Main Squeeze
Check out a few of our favorite citrus fruits—they're what keeps winter bright.
While most oranges are in fact orange. Other varieties are ruby-red inside, like blood oranges. The fresh-squeezed juice of most oranges has a sweet, slightly sour flavor that works especially well in mixed drinks or to brighten up sauces for salmon, stuffing, even chicken wings.
Often harvested in late summer, these squash have thick skin when it comes to lasting through the winter months.
Featured Winter Veg
Stay healthy this winter by adding a few of these power veggies to your cart.
There's a reason this dark leafy green was and still is all the rage—it's one of the healthiest veggies on earth. It's not only an excellent source of vitamins A, K, and C, it's also full of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory nutrients.