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Raspberries

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The raspberry is an edible fruit from a multitude of plant species. They grow on perennial bush with woody stems. They can be black, red, or an orange or golden color.
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Raspberry sticks are usually called raspberry canes and are the main stems of the raspberry plant bearing the fruit.
Substitutes: crème de cassis OR orange liqueur OR raspberry extract (1 teaspoon raspberry extract = 2 tablespoons raspberry liqueur
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OK, So, Lest get started. There is a gas called ethylene gas. This gas ripens fruits, but can eventually ruin them. Next time you get fruit, leave them in a container with holes   --    Smart Dart
A raspberry bush can grow 6 ft tall. Some hybrids are more compact. They are generally planted 12 inches apart, and their height and spread controlled by pruning and training.
It starts mid june, and ends after it snows. Seriously! I have a rasberry bush in my backyard and after school me and my friend pick them. LOL! Hope I helped!
TLC in the beginning. Once the roots are established, allow the cane to grow branches, and the tops to grow leaves. You can gently put a stick in the ground as support for the cane. It should take two years until the plant is ready to produce fruits.
No. Raspberries are grown on their own plant which somewhat resembles a grape vine. Whatcom County in far northwest Washington state is an important growing area for raspberries.
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At the Park, a farmer was handing out free samples of his freshly picked raspberries.
A quart of blackberries weighs 1 to 1 1/2 pounds.
From what I understand, the actual balls of fruit that you see on the exterior of the raspberry are the seeds, themselves.
Most cultivated varieties of raspberries are grown in California from June through October. Raspberries are common over all parts of the world with temperate climates; they're particularly common all over Europe, where red raspberries originated and where they still grow wild.Records at 2003-4 show...
a raspberry has a reddish purplish color
it's sharp thorns protect this raspberry plant from hungry animals. Instead of taking a thorny snack, animals look elsewhere for food.
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in the fruit itself. the Fruit is the fruiting body which is composed of the seed and nutrients to help it propagate.
The sanskrit name for raspberry is Gauriphal. HERBCYCLOPEDIA.COM
8g of dietary fiber or 32% of DV in 1cup of raspberries.
Plant canes in rows that are 18 to 24 inches apart.
  == Start Blackberries and Raspberries ==   The chief difference2 between raspberries and blackberries is that raspberries leave the receptacle on the plant when the fruit is picked. This tends to make whole blackberries a better source of fibre than raspberries.   (taken from http://www...
Technically specking there are blue raspberries but, sorry to  disappoint you but they're not natural. The only way to "find" blue  raspberries is to put blue food coloring in the water you grow them  with, so obviously you can just pick them and say you "found" blue  raspberries. But they would...
1 pint = 16 oz1 oz = 0.06 pint
It is your opinion! :)
  The smell and the color.
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The most obvious difference would be the color. Raspberries are red, and well... blackberries are black. There are differences beyond that. Blackberries: The blackberry is more plumpIt contains more juiceThe flavor is sweeterTend to be larger overall Raspberries:Have a slightly dryer more seedy...
Raspberries are naturally sweet, but can be slightly bitter or tangy at times. Sugar is an obvious choice, but I love them drizzled with honey. Try the latter as a low calorie alternative.
Raspberries have practically no protein.
Yes you can but ummm........ wash them off first
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jam tart are a cake with jam jelly in the middle they taste of raspberry and are very sweet
Raspberry cane borers, raspberry crown borers, andred-necked cane borers are three garden pests that may befeeding upon raspberry canes. Wilted cane tips, random caneswellings, and reddened leaves/wilted canes will be the respectivecalling cards of the above-three mentioned raspberry predators.
Raspberries are acidic with a pH of 3-4. The different acids in the  fruit help the body function. The ellagic acid is a phytonutrient  that stops pro-inflammatory enzyme from over activity.
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Yes you an. Miracle Gro is a suitable fertilizer for all edible plants.
A narrow brown stock about 4-6 feet tall with leaves, and thorns
Yes, guinea pigs can eat raspberries. As with all fruit, don't give them too much.
For raspberries, 1 pint equals 3/4 lb.
My daughter gets a rash around her mouth and a TERRIBLE diaper rash.
yes i suppose unless you're a clean freak. and flies and things could have pooped on it and any bug could carry a disease but its your choice whether or not you want to eat it. to eat or not to eat, that is the question.
Yes, there is roughly 2.4 g of citric acid per 100 g of raspberries.
According to A Phil Vickery cookie recipe, it's 175g.
YES, place them individually (not in a heap) on a cookie tray to freeze them, then place in a bag when hard, put bag back in the freezer.
No.I LOVE RASPBERRIES! YUM!
Yes fair trade raspberries are available. However, you will need to contact your local grocery store to figure out if they carry fair trade raspberries.
Raspberries are the color fuschia, which is a dark pink or deep rose color.
Raspberries, like other perishable fruit, must be quickly  transported by truck from the field to the processing facility or  retailer within a short period of time to avoid spoilage. When  distance is an issue, raspberries must be transported in  refrigerated vehicles. The number one cause of...
are raspberry bush vascular or nonvascular
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You can - but not too many. Use as an occasional treat to supplement their regular diet.
They have tiny fibrous roots
The different between the red and black raspberries is the  ripeness. Red raspberries are unripened blackberries. When the red  are picked, they leave behind a single seeded druplet. The black  have a soft white core.
Raspberries 1 pint = 2 cups = 500 ml and about 3/4 lb (about 1/3 kg) and is good for about 2 to 4 servings.1 cup of raspberries is about 123 grams2 pints (4 cups) of raspberries are needed for a 9" pie1 - 1¼ cups = 10 oz. package frozen berriesExtra Help:4 cups are in a quart;;1 gallon= 4 quarts1...
Raspberries are pretty much in season at the same time as  Strawberries. They are the best to be harvested from June until mid  August.Ê
Raspberries have the vitamins A, E, C, and K. They also have the  nutrients and minerals magnesium, potassium, manganese, biotin, and  copper.
Dogs can eat raspberries without any consequences. Feeding a dog  fruits and vegetables is really good for them. No raisins or  grapes, though.
raspberries grow in canadaRaspberries are grown all over the world, wherever the climate is suitable for them. They like some warmth, but not too hot or dry. In Australia, they grow in Victoria, including the hills around Melbourne, at Silvan, Wandin, Hoddle's Creek, Kinglake & elsewhere; also...
In some point in time , but they do not all the time. They eat salmon,berries,and acorns.
Yes they can but i would not give them more then 2 a day.
There are approximately 32 calories in 1/2 cup of raspberries.
Jesus' best friend John Raspberry. John was excluded from the bible because he was a suspect in the mystery of Adam and Eves food poisoning. John Raspberry was the first pioneer in food experimentation when he filled Eve with his berries and called her a Raspberry tart. hope that helps
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caterpillers do eat raspberries though ive never seen this happen i predict that it does :)
you eat all of the rasberry. there is no stems IN it.
Yes, and they all will pollinate each other. This information is incorrect. I work at a nursery. Black and red raspberries should not be planted near each other. They need to be at least 700 feet apart. The black raspberries contian a virus that is harmless to them, yet is destructive to the red...
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1 pint = 16 ounces 1 ounce = 0.06 pint
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कटसोल (Katsol). In India it grows mainly in Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh and Sikkim.
its a drink that taste like raspberry!
There is 3 common names for the raspberry 1.Raspberry2.Raspberry Leaf3.Red RasberryThose are the most common. :)
If they're purple and still flowering, they are probably budding still. Unless you like the taste of bitterness, i would eat them when they are done budding or flowering. I would say no to the answer.
It is a prickly cane plant of the genus Rubus
Up to three months IF your freezer is a four-star one - otherwise, follow your manufacturers recommendations.
Cities don't make raspberries. They grow on berry farms.
1 pint = 16 fluid ounces, regardless of what's in it. Even if it's empty.
raspberries do grow on vines :)
Raspberries are grown on raspberry bushes.