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The hawthorn bush, also known as thornapple, is native to temperate North America, Europe and Asia. The sweet but tart hawthorn berry is used to make condiments, snacks and liquors in many world cuisines, from the traditional "mayhaw," jam of the southern US to Mexican candy and the Korean alcoholic beverage known as sansachun.
Use the whole berries to make jams, jellies or custom tea blends.
information at a glance
|approximate cups to one pound||4|
|plant part used||berry|
Buying & keeping
general guidelines and tips
|storage tips||Store in an airtight container in a cool, dark place.|
|appearance & aroma||Whole red fruits with a pleasant fragrance.|
try something new
|culinary||Use in tea blends with other dried fruits, herbs and spices. Hawthorn berries may also be cooked in jams and conserves.|
|aromatic||Add to floral displays and potpourri.|
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