Apricots are small drupes that resemble and are closely related to peaches or plums. They have a soft, tangy flesh beneath a thin outer skin. In the middle of the apricot is a large pit, which is inedible, so be careful when taking that first big bite. They are typically yellow or orange, with a slight tinge of red on one side.
These dried fruit’s circular shape closely resembles plums and peaches. Bite in its soft flesh and reach its hint of tangy flavor in the middle.
Strengthens bones. Good for the skin. Fiber-rich. Boosts metabolism. Aids in digestion.