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The berries of the barberry are customarily used to make sticks and jams. The choice of fruit for jam-making is almost endless. We always try to use seasonal fruit to get the best flavor for our jam. Slightly unripe or “just ripe” fruit will form a jam more easily than very ripe fruit as it contains more pectin and is more acidic.
Barberries contain several beneficial compounds, most notably berberine, which acts as an antioxidant and may help manage conditions like diabetes, fight dental infections, and treat acne.
- Acting as an antioxidant
- Helping to manage conditions like diabetes
- Helping to fight dental infections
- Treating acne
- Being High in nutrients
- Containing beneficial plant compounds
- Helping to manage diabetes
- Helping to treat diarrhea
- Protecting against metabolic syndrome
- Having anticancer effects
How to Produce
1- Wash and stem fully ripe berries.
2- Add sugar and the diluted vinegar.
3- Bring the mixture to a boil
4- Then add the berries and heat slowly.
5- Remove from heat
6- Pack the berries into hot, sterile jars.