In North America
Across North America, people love the Sea buckthorn berry. Also known as the seaberry, this ultra-nourishing fruit has an inspiring colour and bold, citrusy taste, which makes it a versatile ingredient. The flavour is generally described as pineapple or mango’ish in nature but without any of the typical sweetness. The tartness is perfectly balanced with just a bit of agave nectar, maple syrup or honey.
Sea buckthorn benefits
With 70% of our immune system residing in our gut, what we put into it, counts! Sea buckthorn berries are known to help achieve balanced nutrient intake, cold and flu resistance and increased energy levels. Its inflammation-reducing antioxidants can help athletes fight body fatigue, and the balanced Omega fatty acids 3 – 6, 7* & 9, are considered to have a clear role in the prevention and healing of certain Atopic disorders.
What would you do with the awesome seaberry?
You can begin by adding a handful to your daily smoothie if you are unsure of how to use the seaberry. But before you know it, -you will be adding seaberries to top yogurt bowls and ice cream. Or these little gems will show up in your morning muffins, your guests will notice them floating decoratively in your kombucha cocktail, and you’ll be popping a few in your mouth before adding them to salad dressings, and other savoury sauces. Trust me.
If you love to ferment foods, you’ll find the seaberry is a delicious addition to fermented recipes as well.
Sea buckthorn juice can be pressed from the berries and used for healthy morning blends, sauces and cocktails, or even better, the best gelato you’ll ever taste!
Finally, you can dry the remaining pulp; then the precious oils inside can be extracted to make your salves and ointments. -You could also choose to use the wholesome dried pulp in medicinal teas and tinctures.
The worldly seaberry
Although a relative newcomer to the fruit scene here in North America. The seaberry is considered to be amongst the most desirable fruit crops in several European countries, including; Finland, Germany, Lithuania and Latvia. Why is that you ask?… These Eastern countries have understood the value of this fruit. And like us, they are looking to nourish themselves with the most flavourful and nutrient-dense foods that nature has to offer.
I distribute Canadian Sea buckthorn products of the highest quality and some I have found from around the world. If you have a product that elevates this fantastic fruit, I’d love to know about it, and I hope you’ll reach out to me through my contact page.
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