Now, here is a good source of vitamin C in a neat little package!
Green kiwis are most popular as they are sold year-round in grocery stores. Usually, the cost is very low as well. If they’re hard, don’t worry. They will soften on the countertop in a few days. But don’t wait too long or they will turn a little boozy. But if they’re not soft enough, it’ll be tart.
They’re ready to eat when you squeeze them and they give just a little.
Golden kiwi’s are more rare. They’re not available year round like the green ones.
The flavor of golden kiwi’s are sweet and the texture is smooth. The seeds are also smaller than the green ones.
Golden kiwi’s are also smaller in size and the outside is less fuzzy.
Perhaps every kiwi I’ve encountered is from New Zealand. That’s a long travel and it’s okay with me. My only hope is that no natural habitats are destroyed for their production.