Figs are one of the world's oldest cultivated fruits. They are native to the Middle East and Western Asia and part of the mulberry family. Figs are thin-skinned and soft with a sweet and juicy interior. The entire fruit is edible. They are excellent made into jams, pastes, and fresh as a topping. Brown turkey figs are plumper, earthier, and have less seeds than other fig varieties.
Uses: Wash figs well before eating. Figs pair exceptionally well with cured meats, cheeses, honey, and balsamic vinegar.
Each box of brown turkey figs weigh 1 pound.