In Iran, quince is called beh (به). This magnificent fruit can be enjoyed raw or in stews and some regional soups. It is also made into jam or preserve. The extra syrup in the jam-making process is saved and made into a refreshing summer drink by adding cold water and a few drops of lime to it. It can also be found pickled.
These beauties are perfect for making quince jam or marmalade/spread. They are also perfect for snacking as they are sweet/fragrant/juicy and tasty.
~1 lb each
** Price is per each Quince. Minimum order quantity is three**
**Product will be shipped individually wrapped to avoid bruising as much as possible**
**Perishable product, shipped in ice and shipped only Mondays through Wednesdays to avoid damage during wasted transit days (weekends)**