Also known as Cape Gooseberries or Incan Berries, Golden Berries are a smooth-skinned berry native to the Peruvian Andes. When fresh, the appearance of Golden Berries is a pale orange tomatillo, in a paper like leaf casing. The berry itself resembles a tiny tomato, with a thin skin and a pulpy, seedy interior. When dried, they turn into a deep golden raisin-like treat. They have a zippy, tart flavour that offsets the usual sweetness found in dried fruits and berries. Golden Berries are unusually high in protein, a good source of dietary fibre, bioflavonoids, and vitamins A and C.
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