Definitions and differences between dry and dried

Dried fruits, nuts, and seeds are products that naturally have a low moisture content after ripening.

Dried fruits, nuts, and seeds are products whose natural moisture content after ripening is naturally high, and much of this moisture is removed by drying in a variety of ways.

 

Nuts each have a scientific definition, which we will discuss in the following.

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Apricot leaf

It is obtained by drying the ripe and healthy fruit of the apricot tree with the scientific name of Prunus armeniaca Linnaeus from the Rosaceae family, which is divided into two halves in the direction of its natural groove and nucleated.

peach skin

It is obtained by drying the ripe and healthy fruit of the peach tree with the scientific name of Prunus persica Linnaeus from the Rosaceae family, which has been cut in two along its natural groove and nucleated.

Kiwi leaf

By drying the ripe and healthy fruit, different cultivars of kiwi shrub with the scientific name of Actinidia deliciosa var indorus H. jacq from the Actinidiaceae family are obtained in different forms.

Dried apples

From drying the ripe and healthy fruit of the apple tree with the scientific name Malus pumila P. Miller from the family

Rosaceae can be obtained in different forms such as half, leaf, slice, cube, etc.

Dried cherries

From drying the ripe and healthy fruit of the cherry tree with the scientific name of Prunus avium linnaeus from the famil Rosacea is obtained.

Dried plums

It is obtained by drying the ripe and healthy fruit of the plum tree with the scientific name of Prunus domestica linnaeus from the Rosaceae family.

Dried pears

By drying the ripe and healthy fruit of a pear tree with the scientific name of Pyrus communis linnaeus from the Rosaceae family, it is obtained in different shapes such as halves, leaves, slices, cubes, etc.

قیسی Dry

By drying the ripe and healthy fruit, a grafted apricot tree with the scientific name Prunus armeniaca linnaeus from the Rosaceae family is obtained.

dried fig

It is obtained by drying the ripe and healthy fruit of the fig tree with the scientific name of Ficus carica linnaeus from the Moraceae family.

Dried pomegranate seeds (Pomegranate seeds)

Drying the ripe and healthy seeds of different pomegranate fruit cultivars with the scientific name of Punica granatum linnaeus from the Punicaceae family is obtained.

Dried berries

It is obtained by drying the ripe and healthy fruit of the mulberry tree with the scientific name of Morus alba linnaeus from the Moraceae family.

Barberry

Dried fruits of Berberis vulgaris l. It belongs to the Berberiaceae family.

Oleaster

Ripe fruit is a plant with the scientific name of Elaeagnus angustifolia l. From the family Elaeagnaceae, which is seen in the form of a shrub or tree.

Chickpeas

Chickpea seeds with the scientific name of Cicer arietinum l. From the Leguminoceae family, obtained from initial heating, moistening, reheating, and peeling of chickpeas (in the case of skinless chickpeas).
Chickpeas are to which salt and permitted additives have been added in a proper and hygienic manner. Its color is usually darker than the color of chickpea and tends to be light brown.

Jujube

The fruit of the tree Zizyphus vulgaris lam belongs to the Rhamnaceae family.

Raisins

The ripe and dried fruit of different grape varieties (hair) is seeded and seedless of Vitis vinifera species of Vitaceae family, which according to the grape cultivar, drying method and conditions and permitted additives are called as follows:

  • Acid-free raisins

The ripe fruit of various cultivars of grape seedless (raisin and arrow seedless) which is permitted by soaking in alkaline solutions and dried in the sun.The color of this type of raisin varies from light yellow to date brown.

  • Sunny raisins

Ripe fruits of different cultivars of grape seedless (raisin and arrow seedless) exposed to direct sunlight

has been. The color of this type of raisin is brown.

  • Acid-seeded raisins

Ripe fruits of different cultivars of grape seed that are allowed by soaking in alkaline solutions and dried in the sun. The color of this type of raisin varies from light yellow to date brown.

  • Sunny seeded raisins

Ripe fruits of different cultivars of seeded grapes that have been dried by direct sunlight. The color of this type of raisin is brown.

  • Raisins (California)

Dried fruits of different grape cultivars, usually cultivars (raisin and arrow cultivars) that are soaked in dried shade after soaking in permissible alkaline solutions with sulfur fumes (SO2), the color of this type of amber is greenish-yellow.

Walnut

The fruit of the walnut tree with the scientific name Juglans regia l. From the family Juglandaceae.Walnut kernel with hard outer skin peeled off.

Apricot kernel

Apricot kernel kernel with scientific name Prunus armeniaca l. From the family Rosaceae.

Peach kernel

Peach kernel kernel with scientific name Prunus persica l. From the family Rosaceae.

Almond kernels

The kernel of the ripe almond tree with the scientific name of Anacardium occidentale l. From the family Anacardiaceae

  • Stone Almond

The fruit of the Prunus dulcis tree belongs to the Rosaceae family, whose first bark is green.

  • Almond kernels

Almond kernels whose skin is first (green) (and second) woody and hard.

  • Sliced almond kernels

Longitudinal slices of stone almond kernel which, in addition to the first and second skins, also has a third skin (thin shell on the outer surface of the almond kernel) and is cobbled and divided into two, three or four pieces along its length and its two ends are curved

Peanuts with skin

Fruit Plant Arachis hypogaea l. From the family Leguminoceae whose first skin (spongy) is not taken.

  • Peanut kernels with skin

Almond kernel with the first skin taken, but with the second skin (thin skin on the outer surface of the kernel).

  • Peanut kernels without skin

Which is obtained after peeling the fruit.

Hazelnut

Hazelnut fruit with the scientific name of Corylus avellana l. From the family Corylaceae with only the leaf cover taken.

  • Hazelnut kernels

Hazelnut fruit kernel with scientific name Corylus avellana l. From the family Corylaceae, whose first and second skins and in some cases third skins have been taken.

Not a sunflower nut

A plant seed with the scientific name of Helianthus Annusl from the Compositeae family.

These nuts are usually considered by most people because of their many properties and are very welcomed.

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