Also known as golden berries or gooseberries, Inca berries are grown in wild bushes in South America. When dry, these yellow berries, which are related to the cherry tomato, will resemble a raisin golden and have a pleasant taste sweet and slightly soure.
- High vitamin P (bioflavonoids) (need for good circulation)
- Rich in pectin.
- Rich in phosphorus, vitamins A, C, B1, B2, B6 and B12.
- Rich in proteins (16%).
- Numerous tiny seeds filled with nutrients aslo anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and antiviral properties.
Use: they taste sweet and some tart lemon flavor. Ideal appetizer, served as added to any mixture of berries!