April 11, 2012

Dewberry

Dewberry tastes similar to a small blackberry, and has a sweet but slightly tangy flavor. They are sweeter than raspberries, and have an earthy flavor. When dewberries are ripe, they're a rich purple or near-black color; before they're ready to eat, the berries possess a yellowish red color that changes to deep red, then transforms to a pronounced shade of purple. Dewberries have several clusters of drupelets that contain the fruit's flavor and juice, and grow to about half the size of a thumb when fully ripe.

Facts and health benefits of the fruits dewberry is low calorie, contain vitamins A and C, some protein, magnesium, zinc, copper.

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