Strawberries are by far, one of our most favorite fruits. Over the summer, photos of bright red, juicy and sweet, Japanese strawberries were all over Instagram. To get a taste of these, I would have to go to Japan since I haven't seen any of this type of berries in our local supermarket.
I found this photo of white strawberries online. Described as amazingly sweet and rich, these special Japanese variety are mainly used as presents for birthdays and weddings. The insides of the strawberries are white, while the seeds are red.
Driscoll's brand of premium fresh berries from California are locally available in select supermarkets in Metro Manila. They come with a hefty price tag, about Php 450 for one pound of strawberries.
I was lucky to find them at Metro Supermarket, Alabang on sale for only Php 249 and we've been indulging ourselves with our favorite fruit for two weeks now! I hope the sale goes on for a very long time : )
I just slice them up into pieces and keep in the refrigerator. My daughter always comes home hungry from school and her first destination as soon as she gets home is the kitchen, to get a snack.
Ice cream topped with strawberries.
Mixed with muesli.
We discovered Sans Rival Chips last weekend at the Baker's Dozen in Power Plant Mall.
They're perfect to munch on with these strawberries,
Loaded with vitamin C, fiber, folate, potassium and antioxidants, these berries are super good for you. I just hope that organic strawberries will be made available in our local markets. I wash fruits and veggies with either baking soda or vinegar but organically grown and free of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides will still be the best.
Sugarbee Sans Rival Chips