Mulberry

Mulberry

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A juicy, mild-flavoured berry which grows in many gardens on large, beautiful trees. Unripe mulberries are red, ripe ones purple-black and should be handled with care as the juice is deeply staining. They are good to eat fresh, with a little sugar and lemon juice to bring out the flavour. They also make a splendid pie and can replace other berries in recipes such as Summer Pudding. Mulberry jelly is a particularly good preserve.

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