Though it may look as delightfully sweet and juicy as an apple or pear, the quince in its raw form is tough, tannic and slightly sour at times. Doesn't sound too pleasant does it. It can be enjoyed though! It's best when cooked.
Because quince fruit is naturally full of Pectin (an ingredient that helps in gelling sugar) it is most often found as a jam, jelly, marmalade or compote.
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