You know strawberries and blueberries, but have you heard of golden berries? These bite-sized fruits taste as sweet as pineapple and mango. Interestingly enough, they are closely related to the tomatillo as they are wrapped in a papery husk. Also known as Inca berry or Peruvian groundcherry, they belong to the nightshade family and grow in tropical climates around the world.
- Rinse with water before eating.
- Eat them fresh on their own as a snack.
- Add to fruit salad, yogurt, or smoothie.
- Make into a sauce for meat or fish.
Keep refrigerated. They are perishable but have a longer shelf-life than most berries.
Ecuador and Colombia
- High in fiber and a good source of vitamins and minerals
- Beneficial plant compounds support your immune system while having properties known to support vision and bone health
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