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Red Anjou Pears
Red Anjous have the same shape, taste and flesh characteristics as Green Anjous.
The only difference is that their skin is a deep red colour. The red colour does not change as the pear ripens.
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Anjou Pears don't have the traditional shape that we think of when we think of pears; they are stubby and oval, kind of like a large, fat egg. They are very juicy pears, with a taste that some people delicately describe as delicate, while other people just come out and say bland.
Green Anjou Pears
Green Anjou Pears are often just referred to as Anjou Pears. These are the standard Anjou, the ones with the light-green skin, sometimes mottled with a bit of yellow.
Red Anjou Pears
Red Anjous have the same shape, taste and flesh characteristics as Green Anjous. The only difference is that their skin is a deep red colour.
Poire d'Anjou rouge (French)
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