Goji Berries

Dried goji berries look like slightly oversized red raisins. But these nutrient-dense berries, which have a distinct flavor reminiscent of a cranberry or a sour cherry. Rich in micronutrients like vitamin A, vitamin C, and iron, and contain all of the 8 essential amino acids.

 

You can cook with dried goji berries in both sweet and savory recipes. The easiest way to get started is to use goji berries the way you would use raisins. That means putting them in baked goods like cookies, on top of your morning oatmeal or porridge, in trail mix, or by the handful as a snack. You can also soak dried goji berries in hot water for a few minutes until they’ve softened. When rehydrated, the goji berries taste almost like a “very sweet cherry tomato.

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Goji Berries

Dried goji berries look like slightly oversized red raisins. But these nutrient-dense berries, which have a distinct flavor reminiscent of a cranberry or a sour cherry. Rich in micronutrients like vitamin A, vitamin C, and iron, and contain all of the 8 essential amino acids.

 

You can cook with dried goji berries in both sweet and savory recipes. The easiest way to get started is to use goji berries the way you would use raisins. That means putting them in baked goods like cookies, on top of your morning oatmeal or porridge, in trail mix, or by the handful as a snack. You can also soak dried goji berries in hot water for a few minutes until they’ve softened. When rehydrated, the goji berries taste almost like a “very sweet cherry tomato.

£2.40£120.00

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Ingredients

Goji Berries, Preservative; Sulphur Dioxide E220.

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