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quince

(kwints),
The edible fruit of Cydonia oblongata (family Rosaceae); the seeds have demulcent properties.

quince (kwins),

n Latin name:
Cydonia oblonga; parts used: seeds, fruit; uses: diarrhea, gonorrhea, dysentery, thrush, sore throat, canker sores, gum conditions, possible treatment for cancer; precautions: pregnancy, lactation; seeds are toxic. Also called
common quince or
golden apple.

quince

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The quince is a member of the same family as the apple and pear, and looks like the latter, although usually knobblier and more 'butch.
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Do the quince first as this will take longer to cook.
EDIBLE quince, cydonia oblonga, is a small, deciduous thornless, irregular shaped tree up to 12ft high.
WINNERS: James Lane from Paddock Farm with teacher Faye Blair and farm director Janet Binney and pupils, left to right, Harriette Drysdale, Hannah Hamilton, Jack Thompson, Jake Quince, Rhiannon Anscomb, Aanya Falcus, Adam Blyth, Thomas Williams, Hunter De Veries and Amy Quince
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