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Fruits and vegetables in season by month: July
Tomatoes, aubergines, peppers, peaches and watermelons: these are only some of the delicious fruits and vegetables for July groceries shopping.
July is the month of tomatoes, which are at the peak of their flavour and freshness. Use them to make gazpacho, a fresh, flavourful, and delicious Andalusian soup made with raw tomatoes and other vegetables. With hot temperatures, there is nothing better than a fresh tzatziki, the delicious Greek starter made of yogurt and cucumber that is perfect to reintegrate the mineral salts you lose by sweating.
Fruit and vegetables in season in July
Garlic, chard, carrot, cucumber, chicory, onion, bean, green bean, broad bean, courgette flower, lettuce, early potato, aubergine, nettle, tomato, pepper, pea, rhubarb, radish, rocket, courgette.
Apricot, black cherry, watermelon, cherry, carnelian, fig, melon, mulberry, loquat, pear, plum, peach, nectarine, raspberry, currant, gooseberry.
Snapper, sea bream, sole, mackerel and sea bass, but even anchovy, grey mullet, cod, sardine, tuna, red mullet. Be careful when you choose to buy these species because the WWF and the European Union Commission consider them endangered species.
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