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Plums are oval, fleshy stone fruits (drupes) that can be purple-blue, yellow, or yellow-purple in colour depending on the variety. The fragrant fruits are subdivided into European species and Asian species. Asian plums are often larger and rounder than the European plums. Plums can be stored for one to two weeks at a temperature of between 1 and 4°C.  

Basic techniques: roasting, poaching, skinning (by first immersing in hot water), grilling, boiling, cooking sous vide, pickling, preserving, marinating, drying, scorching.

Taste combinations: pigeon, star anise, cinnamon, tea, beetroot, orange, almond, red wine, white wine, vanilla, foie gras, brandy, rosemary, maple syrup. 

Plum pâte de fruit

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Caramelised plums

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Caramelised plums

Semi-dried plum

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Savoury plum coulis

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Plum clafoutis

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Skinning plums

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Skinning plums

Plum and orange cake

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Plum and orange cake

Plum parfait

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Plum cooked sous vide

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Sweet and sour plums

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Sweet and sour plums