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Goji berry- Wolfberry

Posted by phxplantaddict 9 (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 7, 10 at 2:30

Anyone have any good recipes for this fruit? I just picked a bunch off my bushes and can only eat so much raw.


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RE: Goji berry- Wolfberry

I wish that I had your problem! I picked a scrawny one up at the RFGS plant sale for a couple of bucks. It's not doing very well.


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RE: Goji berry- Wolfberry

Ok, after reading your post I happened to be at Home Depot and they had some descent looking plants so I picked one up.

I have only had the fruit dried and also in a couple of recipes. One time it was in a trail mix and another time it was in cookie type bars.


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RE: Goji berry- Wolfberry

Are they good raw? Could you put them on cereal?

And how much were they at Home Depot? I nearly bought some on line last year, but they were over 20 bucks for little four inch rooted cuttings.

Thanks............Dave


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RE: Goji berry- Wolfberry

I have never had them fresh but the dried ones are kind of an acquired taste so when dried I like them in trail mix or in something else. They are supposed to be a very healthy food.
I would think that they would be good on cereal.

The plants at Home Depot are around $16 and are in a 5 gallon pot. The plants are around 2 feet plus in height.


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RE: Goji berry- Wolfberry

Ive always got a few extra in pots if needed


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