I finally found these #vanoffeemulberries here in sweden after looking for them forever! i have tried the ordinary raw chocolate mulberries and they are heaven! but these vanoffee ones have just been impossible to find until i went into #happyfoodstore here in stockholm, and there they were, glowing for me, making me buy them even though they are pricier than gold (i paid 89 sek for these i think? that's about $10 or €8,5). the vanoffee is actually a mixture of coconut butter, lucuma powder, coconut sugar, cacao powder and vanilla - and oooh yum! they look like tiny turds but it's perfectly fine cause they are so delicious it makes up for it! all vegan all raw and all good 😁 though i can't justify buying this kind of snack very often because of the price and they disappear way too quickly 🙈
Excited to say we are getting a second round of mulberries this year. these fruits taste like a combination of raspberry and blueberry combined. i feel like a kid in a candy store when i find a mulberry ladened tree in the yard. i tend to gorge on them until hands and lips are stained purple!
here on sand hill farm we grow 8 or 9 different varieties of mulberry. during the winter these trees go dormant and will flush new growth and set fruit in the spring. we’ve found by pruning these trees we get them to set fruit a second or third time every year. mulberries are super cold hardy and very easy to grow in central florida. we currently have 5 varieties available in our nursery.