Fall Produce That’s High In Fiber

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Figs are often seen as a summer fruit, but they have a second harvest in the fall. Depending on the variety, three to five figs can contain five grams of fiber. They’re so sweet that they’re often called nature’s candy. But they actually make a wonderful marinade for pork and can be added to chicken skewers, as well as added raw to an arugula salad with goat cheese and nuts.

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