The cranberry fiber found in the dried fruit of anatolia (dried fig leaves) is made from a unique type of sugar called amylopectin that is found only in certain plants and only in the edible fruit of certain trees.
The plant is also known as anatolian catechu, which means “flower-like.”
The amylose molecule of the amylopeptide is unique in that it does not fold into itself.
This is one of the reasons why the dried fig leaves can be used as a substitute for dried fruit in making fiber, which is a great benefit in many foods.
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