In this article, we will discuss raspberries, which are indispensable for baking.
The aromatic compounds in the fruit are believed to have fat-burning and anti-aging effects.
It is a must-have herb for baking, including pastry decorations, sauces, and baked goods such as cakes and tarts.
The astringency in the acidity of the berries is due to the presence of tannin.
These tannins have astringent properties that tighten the skin, and laxative properties that improve the stomach.
It prefers well-drained, acidic soil and loves sunlight.
It also grows very quickly, so a small space can be fine with just one.
It has long been considered “herbal tea for easy childbirth” and was customary to drink it after childbirth.
It means a thorny shrub.
It’s said to refer to Mount Ida in Asia Minor, because it used to grow abundantly there.
In this issue, I explained about raspberries.
I myself had thought that raspberries had uses only for their berries, but I learned that their leaves also have benefits, and it gave me an opportunity to learn the depth of the herb.
I encourage everyone to research herbs that interest you and try growing them yourself.
I believe that you will enjoy growing them, harvesting them, and gaining new knowledge.
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