Holy Grapes! So many varieties to devour

Fry Muscadine

Golden grapes for the win! Fry Muscadine are golden-brown treats with a crispy outer skin that conceal a fresh, sweet juice and pulp within. They’re a wild variety that grow in Georgia and taste similar to Concord grapes. They may be difficult to find—their season is limited (typically only September and October)—but if you have the chance, they’re definitely worth a try. Up for more experimenting? Cut these golden gems into slices and add them to chilled sparkling water along with other sliced/diced fruit. Then, enjoy a refreshing and nutrient-packed mocktail.

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