I absolutely love goji berries! This little powerhouse of a berry not only adds a nutritional punch to your diet, but can be used in a variety of recipes, or eaten as is.
Dried goji berries are chewy with a taste all on their own. They are not overly sweet and have actually been described as a cross between a cherry, raisin and cranberry. These tiny berries are a powerful nutrient rich food and have been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for over 2000 years. Filled with antioxidants, carotenoids, 18 amino acids, fiber, vitamins A, C and E, and over 20 other trace minerals and vitamins including zinc and iron... well, you can see why they are one of the top superfoods.
I add goji berries to a variety of my raw vegan recipes for added nutrition, flavor and bulk, such as: smoothies (makes an excellent chocolate smoothie combined with raw cacao powder, another nutritious superfood), nice cream (vegan ice cream), brownies, bliss balls, protein bars, overnight oats, chia pudding, and so much more.
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