Taste: Large and pale, these round green or yellow grapes were one of the first truly seedless varieties. When fully ripe, they have a strong, honeyed aroma and may turn nearly translucent.
- With 104 calories per 1-cup serving, himrod grapes make a healthy and natural low-calorie snack
- Healthy source of vitamin C, vitamin K,and potassium
- Good way to replenish electrolytes after strenuous workouts
When to look for Himrod Grapes: Himrods typically ripen in the first week of September.
Best Uses for Himrod Grapes: Himrods are usually eaten fresh by the handful, and were bred for drying into seedless raisins. They’re wonderful frozen and used as an ice cube in a sweet drink.
How to Store Himrod Grapes: As with other grape varieties, himrod grapes can spoil if they're stored with too much water. Put a paper towel in the container to absorb any excess moisture.