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rosehips?


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they're kinda sorta popular here in sweden, but i'm sure they're not indigenous. they're mostly used to make a sweet soup in which you crumble almond biscuits and whipped cream. i adore them, but i haven't seen them used anywhere - no cooking shows, cook books, e-recipes, anywhere really.

can they be found in the states? have you ever used them?

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Here (in the Netherlands) rosehip jelly and jam is readily available and quite popular. I love the flavor of rosehips but I´ve never seen fresh ones for sale... could be one of those things that you only get fresh if you have a garden or know someone with a rosehip bush in their garden!

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I've used them to make a rose hip mead! 

sounds awesome, how was it?

i'm gonna try a rosehip parfait. i was thinking i'll make it as a regular berry parfait, but maybe i should increase the measurement of rosehips because of the kinda mild flavor. dunno, trip report to come

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