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1. But the name of the berry has nothing to do with the make-up of the candy, which is more likely related to one of the basic ingredients of both Jujubes and Jujyfruits, ju-ju gum

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2. The jujube is a drupe or stone fruit. Jujubes are also commonly called red dates, Chinese dates, Korean dates or Indian dates

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3. Korean Short Rib Stew with Dried Jujubes and Chestnuts Food52

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4. (Zizyphus jujuba) Jujubes are pretty trees with glossy green leaves that turn yellow in the autumn. Called "Chinese Date", the fruit is very sweet, reddish brown when ripe, 1-1/2" long with a single seed

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5. Jujubes Chewy Candy, Lilac, Violet, Lime, Lemon and Cherry, 5.5 Ounce 123 $4 86 ($0.88/Ounce)

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6. Jujubes deliver calcium and phosphorus—for strong and healthy bones—and more vitamin C (per weight) than an orange, along with other key vitamins, minerals and organic compounds

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7. Jujubes are a fruit popular in Chinese medicine and Asian cuisine

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8. Before fully ripe, Jujubes taste very much like apples

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9. Bare Root Jujubes The botanical name for jujube is Ziziphus jujuba, commonly referred to as the “Chinese date.” The fruit can be eaten fresh or dried, at which point it resembles a date in look and taste

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10. Most Jujubes are hardy in USDA Zones 6-10.

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11. Jujubes are crisp and sweet, and taste like delicate apples

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12. (That was a mouthful.) Harvested Jujubes, late fall

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13. By Mid-Autumn Festival, it’s time to harvest the Jujubes

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14. Jujubes have medicinal properties, and they have many uses in Korean cuisine as a sweetener and garnish

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15. Each box of Jujubes contains a rainbow of colors & five refreshingly fruity, classic flavors you'll love to chew: Lilac, Violet, Lime, Lemon, & Wild Cherry Inspired by a traditional German confection, Jujubes Candy were introduced to America in 1920.

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16. At Jujube Australia we grow Jujubes – a fruit that is delicious, ancient and nutritious

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17. Jujubes Gurney's Seed & Nursery Co.

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18. All Jujubes are self-fruitful, meaning you only need one to get fruit, and all contain a pointed seed

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19. When I was growing up, Jujubes were one of …

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20. These Jujubes are soft & chewy gelatine based candy rolled in sugar granules

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21. Jujubes are popular in fruity & citrusy flavors viz

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22. Jujubes are a chewy candy in Ed, Edd n Eddy

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23. For most of the episode, the only person seen eating Jujubes was Rolf

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24. Jujubes are one of the easiest to grow of the fruit crops, with few pests or problems ever reported

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25. Jujubes are a delicious colorful and chewy candy that are considered a candy to chew on and a hard candy to suck on! Did you know, if Jujubes are frozen, they break when you bite them? Each assortment contains five unique flavors including Lemon, Lime, Lilac, Violet and Wild Cherry.

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26. Buy exotic fruits bring the juiciest and flavorful natural delicacies of Jujubes

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27. Not only are Jujubes visually appealing, beneath the crisp skin its red flesh is full of sweet, tart, apple-like flavor

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28. Used throughout history for their medicinal properties, Jujubes are packed with vitamin C

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29. Our Jujubes are grafted, so do not allow root growth to overtake the scion wood

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30. If the Jujubes are soft after 8 hours means that you did not cooked it long enough

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31. Candied Jujubes Wash about 3 pounds dried Jujubes; drain and prick each several times with a fork

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32. Add the Jujubes and simmer, uncovered, stirring occasionally, for 30 minutes

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33. A true childhood memory gorging on these yummy flavoured Jujubes

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34. Watch the video to know how to make it at home.Jujubes - (Serves - 4)Ingredients250 grams s

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35. Jujubes: which came first, the fruit or the candy? Jujubes the fruit are rather plain-looking, small and reddish-brown with a mild flesh that is apple-like when fresh and date-like when dried

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36. Jujubes the candy are brightly colored, artificially fruit-flavored and so chewy they could pull a filling out

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37. Picked Jujubes need to be washed before being dried

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38. Begin by boiling the Jujubes in a water bath

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39. Pour water into a large and deep pot and place a smaller one inside, which is to contain the Jujubes.

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40. Jujubes taste a little like an apple and are eaten fresh or dried

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41. Jujubes are eaten out of hand as a fruit or cut up and added to baked goods such as tarts and muffins

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42. Most of the world's supply of Jujubes

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43. We now offer two grades of high quality dried Jujubes

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44. The Premium range includes large, high quality Jujubes at our usual price.

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45. The Standard range includes high quality Jujubes that are generally smaller than those of the Premium range, at a discounted rate.

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46. Jujubes are one of the easiest to grow of the fruit crops, with few pests or problems ever reported

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47. Calories, carbs, fat, protein, fiber, cholesterol, and more for Jujubes, Candy (Ferrara Candy Company)

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JUJUBES [ˈjo͞ojo͞ob]

Frequently Asked Questions

What does jujuba mean?

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What does jujube mean?

Definition of jujube 1 : a fruit-flavored gumdrop or lozenge 2 : a fruit-flavored gumdrop or lozenge especially : one that is made from the jujube fruit and has been used as a remedy for various throat conditions

What are jujubes used for?

Jujubes are widely used in alternative medicine to improve sleep quality and brain function. Emerging research suggests their unique antioxidants may be responsible for these effects. ). Also, the fruit is often prescribed by alternative medicine practitioners to decrease anxiety. ).

What does jujube fruit look like?

How this works. Jujube fruit, also known as red or Chinese date, is native to Southern Asia but has become popular around the world. These small round fruits with a seed-containing pit grow on large flowering shrubs or trees ( Ziziphus jujuba ). When ripe, they’re dark red or purple and may appear slightly wrinkled.

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