What are Sea Buckthorn Berries?
Latin Name: Hippophae rhamnoides
Where is it from: Sea Buckthorn Berries are originally from the colder temperate regions of Europe and Asia, but can be frequently found growing around the UK, in coastal areas.
Vitamins and nutrients: Sea Buckthorn Berries contain high levels of Vitamin C, even more than citrus fruits such as oranges and lemons.
How to cook it: Sea Buckthorn Berries can be cooked to produce a sweet and savoury syrup, jam, or set jelly.
How to use it: Sea Buckthorn Berries can be turned into a cordial, which can add a hint of citrus to drinking water, or even spruce up some sparkling wine!
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