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Plums and Diet

Plums originated in Asia and were brought to the United States in the 1870s. Plums are a member of the plant genus Prunus, which a...
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What Are the Benefits of Dried Plums?

Dried plums are often called prunes. This fruit may be dehydrated in an oven or in the sun, and they resemble large, black raisins...
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Plum Allergy

One in five Americans suffer from allergies, with about 200 people in the United States dying from food allergies each year. About...
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How Many Calories Does a Plum Have?

A plum is a low-calorie fruit that contains vitamins, minerals and amino acids. There are more than 140 kinds of plums that may be...
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How Many Calories in Japanese Plum Wine?

Japanese plum wine, or umeshu, is made by soaking Japanese plums in a liquor such as shochu -- a Japanese distilled spirit compara...
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What Are the Benefits of Pluot?

Cross a plum tree with an apricot, and you get a funny-sounding fruit called a pluot. Geneticist Floyd Zaiger created the first pl...
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