The best time to eat persimmons is from mid-December to the end of February every year. 02 There is nothing good to say about the market time. Why is persimmons not a good time to eat after March. The general reasons are as follows: 1. Local people account for more than 90% of the processing volume of persimmons. According to the traditional concept, the Spring Festival is a hurdle. The arrival of the Spring Festival means the end of persimmon sales. They will find ways to dispose of all persimmons before the Spring Festival; 2. Persimmons are civilized with persimmon cream. Persimmon cream is an inevitable result of persimmons going through winter, and it's hard to frost them or not. After March, as the temperature rises, the persimmon cream will melt. At this time, persimmons look ugly and are not sold. Many people wash persimmons before eating them. Is it because of the “white frost” on the surface? For example, after some fruits are dried, in addition to being more popular, the price is also quite high. Compared to persimmons, it is made from dried persimmons, and it is very tasty to eat. In the past, persimmons were grown at home. Every year when persimmons were ripe, the whole yard was persimmons. In the sun, persimmons quickly dried, and then they could be taken and sold. Persimmon can't be eaten with anything. In addition to people who eat persimmons that are not suitable for eating persimmons, persimmons are also unsuitable foods to eat together. This is based on the principle of food compatibility. If eaten at the same time, it may cause physical discomfort. Let's take a look at foods that cannot be eaten with persimmons: 1. Crab: Persimmon cannot be eaten with crabs, otherwise it will cause physical discomfort. 2. Acidic substances: Persimmon contains two substances that condense into blocks when acid is encountered, causing stones, so persimmons cannot be eaten on an empty stomach. Well, if you eat it with acidic substances, it will have the same effect. For example: sauerkraut, vinegar, black dates, etc. 3. Eggs: If eaten with eggs, it can cause symptoms such as pain, vomiting, and diarrhea.