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Berry Custard Gratin

A quick and easy dessert put together in 5 minutes and ready in 20, What could be easier in a busy kitchen

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Berry Tiramisu

A fresh variation of the classic coffee-infused Italian tiramisu, succulent berries combine with citrus-soaked sponge cake and creamy filling in this elegant dessert.

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Berry and Hazelnut Friands

These gluten and dairy-free friands are made from a mix of berries and white chocolate pieces.

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Goji Berry

Refer to Wolfberry

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Pavlova with Summer Berries

Looks gorgeous, tastes yummy – what more do you need for a summer dessert

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Mixed Berry and Coconut Pavlova

With a crisp meringue outside and a soft marshmallow inside, pavlova is an iconic Aussie favourite. In this recipe we have upped the ante with the inclusion of coconut.

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Cape Gooseberry

Cape Gooseberry is a berry which looks like a marble with a small round shape. The fruit consists of numerous small yellow seeds. The fruit looks orange or yellowish in colour and becomes bright yellow and sweet when ripe. The fruit is covered by wrinkled leaves, which form a Chinese lantern.

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Açaí

In the general consumer market, açaí is sold as frozen pulp, juice, or an ingredient in various products from beverages, including grain alcohol, smoothies, foods, cosmetics and supplements.

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Saskatoon

The saskatoon has long been a treasured wild fruit and a prairie tradition, having been a plentiful staple fruit for the prairies for years. It is often compared to the blueberry in terms of the berry’s size, texture and flavour with an almondy flavour.

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Wolfberry

The wolfberry is another name for the Goji berry. It is a member of the nightshade family and is native to southeastern Europe and Asia.

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Cloudberry

These berries are often used in candies, jams, alcoholic drinks, and various other baked goods. They can also be eaten raw, but the flavour is quite tart, so most prepare some sort of sweetened recipe.

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Sumac

Sumac is considered essential for cooking in much of the Middle East; it served as the tart, acidic element in cooking prior to the introduction of lemons by the Romans. Sumac has a very nice, fruity-tart flavour which is not quite as overpowering as lemon.

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The World’s Best Superfoods by Lonely Planet Food | Book Review

We delve into the pages of “The World’s Best Superfoods” from Lonely Planet and review the cookbook.

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Lycopene

Lycopene from the neo-Latin lycopersicum, the tomato species, is a bright red carotene and carotenoid pigment and phytochemical found in tomatoes and other red fruits and vegetables, such as red carrots, watermelons, gac, and papayas

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American Persimmon

The peculiar characteristics of its fruit have made the tree well known. This fruit is a globular berry, with variation in the number of seeds, sometimes with eight and sometimes without any.

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