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HOW TO EAT GOJI BERRIES
If you would like to grow your own plant, you may purchase Goji Berry plants
from me . I can now send to all Australian States. I have been growing the
plants since June 2004 – in fact even before I had tasted the goji berry – so
convinced was I of its beneficial health effects on the body. The plants come
with growing instructions and are only available in
Goji berries are traditionally eaten dried, but because Australians have a love of fresh fruit and berries I can see that they could be consumed like fresh strawberries, blueberries or mulberries. Having one in the backyard or miniaturized in a pot would be advantageous for those who prefer to eat their berries fresh.
My plants are Australian grown. I send them and imported dried goji berries Australia-wide by Express Post so you can receive them the next day, depending on your postcode and present orders. Both dried berries and plants can be sent together or separately.
They make a great snack. Children really love them! You can eat them by themselves or mix them with other foods such as sultanas, brazil nuts, sunflower seeds, pecans or almonds. They make a good 'scrog' or 'trail mix’. They can also be used in salads, on top of hot or cold cereal, in stews, baked goods (cakes & biscuits), batter (pikelet / pancake mixes), etc.
They are yummy if ground together with almonds (and / or other nuts) and make a great ‘topping’ added to ice-cream, yoghurt or cream - best done with refrigerated gojis so that the soft berries don’t stick to the blades. Soaking overnight in yoghurt makes the gojis soft and very palatable – very much like eating fresh Goji Berries.
Treat yourself like a baby in relation to the introduction of ‘new’ foods – i.e. as it is possible that you may never have tried a goji berry before, it is best to introduce new foods slowly (no matter how delicious you may find them) & monitor your body effects accordingly. Like all berries and fruits generally, the fibre content of goji berries is good for regularity, but of course the consumption of too many may have the same effect as consuming too many prunes.
The current stock of goji berries I am selling are IFOAM organically grown
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