Fresh Fig- checked food list seeking clarification

Dan1

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Hi,
Figs (dried) are on the list as low vitamin c but I have fresh ones and they're a fruit so occasional treat only, I'm assuming.

I must have got over excited about them on the online shop and hit a random number.. I physically can't eat anymore🤢
 

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They make lovely jam.
You can also bake them into cakes or biscuits - that is if there’s any left after you’ve baked them to eat with ice cream
 

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You could make fig chutney? I sometimes make a fig chutney for Christmas, keeps for months and very good with cheese!
I think figs are really too sugary for piggies, I suppose a very small 1cm square cube once a month wouldnt harm them as an occasional treat but its probably not worth the excess sugar for the amount of vit C...
 

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Oh I’m salivating at the thought of fig chutney and a really lovely Stilton.
 
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