Asian Pear

By: New Dream Star Group  09-12-2011
Keywords: White Pear

Fruit commonly known as the Asian pear in different parts of the world include:
Nashi Pear, or sometimes Korean pear (Pyrus pyriflora)
Ya pear, or Chinese white pear (Pyrus x bretschneideri)

The Nashi pear, Pyrus pyrifolia, is sometimes called the Asian pear . It has also been called Japanese pear or Taiwan Pear, as well as sand pear, apple pear, bapple, papple, and bae, from the Korean 배. In India is it called nashipati. Nashi pears are widely grown for their sweet fruit, a popular food in East Asia. They are sweet on the tree and are eaten crisp or else bletted.Nashi pears generally are not baked in pies or made into jams because they have a high water content and a crisp, grainy texture, very different from the buttery European varieties. Also, Nashi pears are not as intensely sweet, having a more refreshing, light taste.

Keywords: White Pear

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