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cherry

Nutrition
A fleshy stone fruit that has been touted as a superfood by nutriotionists due to its high concentration of anti-oxidants and anthrocyanins, which have analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects in rats.

Sexology
A widely used, rude colloquial term for the hymen, a membranous tissue which partially covers the vaginal orifice and is traditionally a sign of virginity; however, the hymen can be broken not only by sexual intercourse, but also by tampon use, masturbation and vigourous exercise; some women are born without one.

cherry

prunuscerasus, prunuslaurocerasus, solanumpseudocapsicum.
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But keep in mind that tart cherries are not the cherries you are likely to see at the grocery store, which will almost certainly be sweet cherries.
Sweet cherries and tart (sour) cherries both contain melatonin, antioxidants, and anti-inflammatory nutrients, although tart cherries contain more.
Substitute apricots, peeled peaches, or seeded and halved sweet cherries if you like.
For 20 years I have had two very nice yellow glass sweet cherries that bloomed reliably, profusely, ornamentally, even in years when it was 27 degrees F.
Sweet cherries are delicious eaten fresh but also freeze easily with a shelf life up to one year, allowing at-home chefs to experience the sweet taste of summer year round.
Key Technology introduces Optyx[R] sorters designed specifically for packers of fresh sweet cherries.
THERE'S nothing quite like a bowl of sweet cherries and this month and next are when domestic cherries are in season and therefore cheaper than imported varieties.
Last year exports of sweet cherries reached a new high of 57,000 tonnes, with the UK ranked as the third-largest importer of the fruit, USDA figures show.
Rich, velvet-red, fresh sweet cherries are in high demand and so are skilled laborers to harvest the highly perishable crop.
Sweet cherries are my favorite fruit, so I was interested in a recent study out of the University of California, Davis that looked at their anti-inflammatory properties.
Available in 12-ounce packages are blueberries, wild blueberries, raspberries, mixed berries, Marion blackberries and dark sweet cherries.