But is a conjunction adversative that produces a contraposition Between two propositions. Like all conjunctions, its purpose is to act as nexus , linking sentences, words, etc.
In the specific case of the conjunction but, what it does is oppose a concept to another to clarify, expand or confront it. For example: “I will not go to Rocío's party but I will still send him a gift for his birthday”, "I understand your position, but I think you're wrong", “I explained to Matías how I had to develop the work but he didn't pay attention to me and then things went wrong”.
But it can also be used at the beginning of a sentence for emphasize what is intended to express. In this case, the proposal does not refer to another precedent: "But what are you saying?", “But what a beautiful place!”, "But, Cristian, turn off that music that is driving me crazy!".
As noun , but can be used as synonymous with failure, objection or defect : “I was reviewing the whole project and I didn't find a single one”, "Why do I always have to put a but whenever I ask you something?", "Juan accepted everything Bruno said without buts".
The but, on the other hand, is a apple class . That is the name that receives the fruit of the apple tree when its appearance is elongated. In some Andalusian regions, anyway, but you can name any type of apple: “My grandmother prepared a pie of buts for the snack ”, "That but is not yet mature", "I really like buts".
But from Cehegín
As well as the rest of apples, Cehegín pero is part of the Rosaceae family, specifically those that are called of autumn. Their characteristics They have clear differences with the rest of the apples.
The average weight of one but of Cehegín is 180 grams. It measures approximately 8 centimeters in height and has a diameter that does not exceed 7.7 centimeters. In other words, it is a medium and oblong fruit (it is longer than wide). Regarding your colour , this goes from being a greenish yellow to a well-defined yellow, from the moment it is harvested until it matures, respectively.
his skin It has a thickness that makes it ideal to be preserved after harvest, in addition to providing a very characteristic floral and sweet aroma. The pulp of the Cehegín pero has whitish tones, a uniform consistency and does not oxidize easily; its flavor is sweet and its aroma, very particular, different from the apples that are normally obtained in greengrocers.
This kind of but has in its composition 85% of Water , like many other fruits, and this translates into a moisturizing and refreshing action . It is a very rich food in minerals, vitamins, fiber and with nutrients such as sucrose, glucose and fructose (the latter is the sugar that it has in greater proportion), all quickly absorbed by our body.
Thanks to its fiber content, Cehegín's but collaborates with the regulation of the intestinal tract and prevents constipation, especially if consumed with the skin and raw. On the other hand, being a fruit rich in pectin, it is ideal for treating cases of dehydration and acts effectively against diarrhea.
The tannins, also present in this kind of but, have anti-inflammatory and astringent properties . In addition, this peculiar fruit has an interesting vitamin content, among which C and E stand out; the latter provides the action antioxidant, which promotes fertility and is involved in the regulation of blood cells.