Kandak – in translation “like sugar.” This wild apricot – dried in the shade or in the sun apricot, is most often dried directly on the site of full maturation, as the transportation of absolutely ripe, not dried apricots is impossible.
An amazing treat! Fruits are like washed by the sea, but not touched by a jeweler’s hand stones of amber. This rather hard fruit will be to taste for those who like to drink tea with a snack with sugar, especially for those who understand the difference in health benefits of sugar and dried fruits. Its hardness is due to the natural way of drying. This sugary dried fruit can be gnawed dry or soaked in water. You can brew compotes, by the way, when cooking they do not require sugar.