Peaches have fuzzy skin and a large pit. Peaches are classified as clingstone or freestone. Some peaches have pits that cling to the flesh, while others have pits that easily fall away.
It's fine to be plum crazy. One plum has 10 g vitamin C, 17 g vitamin A, and only 46 cal. A plum should be heavy and the flesh should be soft.
Both nectarines and peaches have white and yellow varieties and can be clingstone or freestone. Their main differences are appearance, texture, and scent.
These cute little stone fruits are a delicious summer staple. Cherries contain around 82 calories, 64 UI vitamin A, and 7 g vitamin C per serving.
Mangoes are a stone fruit, despite not having a large pit like the other fruits on this list. A, C, and fibre are found in mangoes.
Lychees have a distinctive bumpy exterior and a beautiful sunset red colour. Other fruits on this list lack the lychee's fleshy and translucent flesh.
Coconuts are one-seeded stone fruits, not nuts. When you buy a coconut from the grocery store, you get the endocarp, the hard wood layer that surrounds the seed.
Dates are a tropical fruit that are commonly sun-dried, but can also be eaten fresh. Fresh dates have fewer calories than dried dates, making them ideal for weight loss.
Mulberries are another misidentified stone fruit group. Mulberries are stone fruits because they are drupes, like raspberries and blackberries.