Xinjiang is a place where many ethnic groups live together. Xinjiang is a place where "wear a leather jacket in the early morning and wear woolen yarn in the afternoon and eat watermelon around the stove"; Xinjiang is a place that enjoys the reputation of "the land of melons and fruits". What do you know about Xinjiang? When we talk about Xinjiang, we all think of the description of Xinjiang in elementary school textbooks, "wear a leather jacket in the morning, wear yarn in the afternoon, and eat watermelon around the stove" when I first heard this sentence , Really amazing.
How could there be a place where the temperature difference between day and night is so big? Think about it, only when you go out in the morning in a thick cotton jacket, with a white gas, stomping your feet; at noon, he put on short sleeves and ate cold Watermelon. In this scene, think about how amazing it is. In fact, this is mainly due to the geographical location of Xinjiang, Xinjiang is far from the sea, deep in the interior, surrounded by mountains and blocked, ocean airflow is not easy to reach, it formed a temperate continental climate, leading to the phenomenon of temperature difference between day and night.
Xinjiang is also known as the "hometown of melons and fruits". After introducing the unique geographical and climatic characteristics of Xinjiang, we will take you into Xinjiang, known as the "Hometown of Melons and Fruits".
Xinjiang's black currant raisins, also known as Xinjiang black rose raisins, because of its dark purple appearance close to pure black, also known as black bean fruit.
Mainly distributed in the Gobi Desert Basin in northern Xinjiang. Fresh black currant, plump and mellow, with black pearls shining in the sun, and accidentally shook his eyes.
Black currant, no core, easy to eat, and the fruit is sweet and sour, it is suitable for friends who usually taste sweet and sour. The black currant we usually see is a kind of raisin that has been processed to make something more convenient for storage.
Speaking of Xinjiang's octagonal pears, in fact it is not an octagonal. People are not sure how many horns there are in each pear. Saying "eight" just means its corners. Each horn on an octagonal pear has distinct square sides and is very individual. It can be said that "one pear looks like one".
Bajiao pear is an ancient variety of Xinjiang pear. Many people will confuse it with fragrant pear. In fact, although all are in appearance. It's very similar, but the taste is different. Pears are crunchy, and the power of crunchiness is pleasant, while the taste of octagonal pears is tender, and even its core is as soft as pear meat and can be eaten directly.
In Xinjiang, the anise pear is a kind of fruit loved by the locals. According to local elders, star anise pears will only be fully appreciated if they are ripe. Because of its soft taste, it is very suitable for the elderly and children with bad teeth. No wonder the local elderly always say that they grew up eating octagonal pears.
At first glance, the name of Ximei, we must think that it is a member of the family, but also thought of our son who ate plum pickles when we were young. In fact, it belongs to the genus Prunus in the Rosaceae family, so Ximei is actually "Li"! Not the plum we imagined.
Ximeipi is slightly purplish; its appearance looks like a purple mini gourd. It's cute and hasn't been tasted. It's just playing on the palm of your hand.
The unripe prunes tasted a little green, and the sweetness increased when cooked. When the plums are fully cooked, bite gently, not only the meat is thick, juicy, chewed in the mouth, but also Q play added, making people feel chewed sweeter, chewed sweeter.
Sea buckthorn fruit, also known as vinegar willow fruit, Acanthopanax senticosus fruit, is a small berry plant.
Sea buckthorn is known as the world's largest natural vitamin tree species, and its vitamin content is even higher than that of fresh jujube and kiwi because it is known as a treasure trove of natural vitamins.
Sea buckthorn likes sunlight. It usually grows in sunny places. The fruit of sea buckthorn it produces tastes sour and sweet, and the taste is very attractive. However, people generally process it into sea buckthorn juice, sea buckthorn jam, sea buckthorn vinegar, sea buckthorn wine and other edibles, which shows the practice of sea buckthorn fruit.
Speaking of Xinjiang, how can there be fewer cantaloupes in Xinjiang? Xinjiang cantaloupes are known for their refreshing sweetness. In ancient times, they were classified as tributes and paid tribute to the court every year.
In our impression, Xinjiang people are good at singing and dancing. Every Xinjiang woman has a beautiful dance posture. They danced passionately for guests far away. Not only the beauty of dance, melon is a sweet heart.
Hami melons in Xinjiang are mainly produced in the Tubo Basin, and are classified into early-mature, middle-mature and late-mature varieties according to their maturity. Early and middle melons, commonly known as summer melons; late ripe melons are called winter melons. The main feature of summer melon is rich aroma, fresh and refreshing. Winter melon is characterized by light green flesh and sweetness.
Aksu apples are produced in Aksu, Xinjiang, and are the geographical indication of Chinese products.
Aksu apple, also known as plum fruit, because of its bright color, shining attractive luster in the sun, tempting people's appetite; and smooth and delicate feel, very comfortable. It can be said that Aksu apples not only have a sweet appearance, but also have a charming appearance, which is worthy of "fruit".
Aksu apples differ from other Red Fuji apples in that they have a very sweet "sugar heart", which is not found in other Red Fuji apples. In the middle of Aksu apple pulp, there is a dark place soaked with pulp juice. This is the core of Apple. It is also called "sweet heart".
Xinjiang horse milk grapes
Xinjiang horse milk grapes, also known as horse milk grapes, are named for their shape like horse nipples. It is mainly produced in the Turpan Basin in Xinjiang and Moyu and Bishishan counties in southern Xinjiang. The ears are cylindrical, with large shoulders, branches, and cylindrical fruit. The average grain weight is 6 grams and the maximum grain weight is 8 grams. It is white and green, sweet and juicy, crisp in quality, and refreshing in taste. Because of the small core, fresh food is suitable. Cultivation has a long history. According to the records of Shufu Turtles, Emperor Tang Taizong broke the Gaochangguo (now Turpan) horse milk grape and winemaking technology; kite grapes have been grown in Turpan for more than 1300 years; horse milk grapes have high nutrition value.
Xinjiang, with the hospitable Xinjiang people, will come from afar, singing and dancing, gathering together, sharing this "hometown of melons and fruits" in Xinjiang, and producing sweet fruits!