Cape Gooseberries – Tasmanian Food

May 7, 2014

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This state is definitely well known for it’s berries and cherries in the summer, but now we have a new super berry growing well in Tasmania – the Cape Gooseberry. The Chinese lantern-like berry is cousins to the tomato, some saying they have a pineapple-like flavour. Their reputation as a super berry for their health boosting properties comes from their high concentration of protein and vitamins C, A and B12. They grow easy and can be cooked or eaten raw.


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