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Strawberries are a good source of vitamin A, potassium, and fiber, while also providing as much vitamin C as oranges. Due to its sensitivity to heat, vitamin C is lost in baked desserts. However, in this tarta, the strawberries are fresh, so we can take full advantage of their vitality.

Strawberries contain many healthful vitamins and minerals,  and of particular note, they contain anthocyanins, which are flavonoids that can help boost heart health. The fiber and potassium in strawberries can also support a healthy heart.

Strawberries and other colorful berries also contain a flavonoid called quercetin. This is a natural anti-inflammatory compound.

A serving of 3 large strawberries provides the following nutrients:

  17 calories
    4.15 g carbohydrate
    1.1 g of fiber
    9 mg of calcium
    7 mg of magnesium
  83 mg of potassium
  31.8 mg of vitamin C

Strawberries also contain thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, folate, and vitamins B-6, A and K


The strawberry embodied the symbolism of the pleasure of love, sensuality, but above all  it is a symbol of sexuality that refer to the ever-present image of Venus.

Today, the strawberry inspires dreams and magic, and symbolizes joy and innocence. A whole imaginary world, that of childhood, of memories and this while keeping that of love and tenderness.

The strawberry plant is the symbol of perfect righteousness, and the very symbol of the "Treasure". The strawberry is also the symbol of excellence thanks to its fragrance and subtle taste. When the strawberry plant is accompanied by the violet, it represents pure spirits. The strawberry is considered a delicious and refined fruit par excellence, a treat for children! So it symbolizes the real "delight".

When you dream of strawberries, your projects are about to come true, and when you eat strawberries, you finally dare to confess your desires and temptations.

A Bit of History

Not that long ago commercial strawberry production didn’t even exist.  True, the Roman poets Virgil and Ovid did mention the strawberry way back in the first century A.D., but they referenced it as an ornamental, not as a food.  Wild strawberries have been eaten by people around the world since ancient times, but not in large quantities since the fruits were small or tough or lacked flavor.

The first garden strawberry was grown in Brittany, France, during the late 18th century. The strawberry fruit was mentioned in ancient Roman literature in reference to its medicinal use. The French began taking the strawberries from the forest to their gardens for harvest in the 14th century. Charles V, France's king from 1364 to 1380, had 1,200 strawberry plants in his royal garden. In the early 15th century western European monks were using the wild strawberry in their illuminated manuscripts. The strawberry is found in Italian, Flemish, and German art, and in English miniatures.

The combination of strawberries and cream was created by Thomas Wolsey in the court of King Henry VIII.

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