The Basics: Raspberries

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Raspberries

 Raspberries are a member of the rose family much like many of the summer stone fruits including apricots, peaches & plums. They fall under the genus Rubus. The fruit offers a multitude of health benefits including it’s use to combat inflammation while also considered to be a good source of vitamin C & manganese. Raspberries are considered a woody perennial that are biennial in nature as the shoots will grow during the first season however they will not bear fruit until the following year. Learn how to store & garnish desserts with this versatile fruit.

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How To Store & Garnish with Fresh Raspberries

Raspberries are an invasive plant if left unattended to in the garden & one that may be propagated, if desired. However, a quick trip to your local market will keep you well stocked with this beautiful fruit when growing your own may not be an option.

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Raspberries are a delicate fruit & should remain in the original package until ready for use. Keep them as dry as possible. Place a small piece of a paper towel between the raspberries & the container top to absorb any excessive moisture, if necessary. Rinse the raspberries under cool running water just before using them. Gently pat them dry with paper towels. Place them over tarts, cakes & desserts just before serving.

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