More flowers within the pear-shaped capsule, which later ripen into the fruits we eat, are figs. Because they flourish from the inside, the figs need a special process of pollinating what the figs are or that they enter into figs and drop the eggs. When entering the fig tree, the smoky axes break the wings and and breaks down within the fig tree.
They masculine fertilize the females and dig the tunnel to leave the fig tree, and the female part further sprouts the pollen. Dry figs of bright colors have gone through the sulfur process, while those darker have not been treated. Dry figs can be used in desserts, juices or as a healthy snack.
|Nutritional Value in 100 g||Fatt||Proteins||Fibers|
|276 kcal||0,6 g||2,7 g||12 g|
Nutritional source of: iron, potassium, calcium, zinc, copper, vitamin A.
The fig is considered an ideal food for boosting the blood image. Four dry figs provide up to a quarter of the recommended daily amount of iron for our organism. Dry figs are highly concentrated with minerals, vitamins and are antioxidant sources. Fig food fibers improve digestion, and dry figs are great as a quick source of energy.