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Organic Dried Mulberries

Organic Dried Mulberries

Those mulberries might just be lurking in your backyard, or it’s just at the edge of that group of trees you pass by each morning. You can actually forage for them and use them in delicious sweet and savory recipes.

Origin: Turkey
Available as: White and Black
Good for: Immune System, skin, energy booster, nervous system, psychological function, protection from oxidative stress, tiredness and fatigue, regeneration of the reduced form of vitamin E
Nutrition: Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Lutein, Rutin, High source of fiber
Directions for use: Ideal for snacks, cereals, yougurt, desserts, jams, chutneys, savory dishes, salads and smoothies. Add to herbal tea for a touch of sweetness. Make purees, spreads and sauces. Add to raw food energy bars, cookies or use for baking.

What is it?

It is one of the most common fruits there is. But most of you might not have known that mulberries are not really berries—at least, not botanically. It is a Morus fruit. We just treat them as if they are berries.

They also don’t grow on bushes as what the line on that children song says. Mulberries grow on trees—the same tree used to raise silkworms. The fruit—which is succulent, very juicy and sour- sweet in flavor—is an aggregate composing of many small fruits that are clumped together (drupes). It looks similar to blackberries, only more slender. However, the skin colour of the fruit is green that changes to red then dark purple as they ripen. But some species are coloured white, red or multiple variegated colors.

There are three mulberry species that are recognised as economically important: white mulberry, which is native to eastern and central China, black mulberry, which is native to western Asia; and Red (American) mulberry, which is native to the eastern United States.

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