Surprise! Unfamiliar Winter Produce You Need to Be Eating


Want a giggle? Try saying “kumquat” ten times fast, lol. These gems aren’t much bigger than a grape, yet the bite-sized fruit fills your mouth with a burst of sweet-tart, citrusy flavor and packs a big nutritional punch. Unlike other citrus fruits, the peel of the kumquat is sweet and edible, while the juicy flesh is tart. Kumquats are a good source of vitamin C and fiber (6 g per 1 fruit). Kumquats are best eaten whole and unpeeled. You can also make them into marmalades to top your morning toast or bake them into sweet desserts for a brightening tang.