Teeny Mulberries

Check out today’s harvest – half a handful to be exact: Mulberries. Our sole mulberry plant grows in a recycled pail and is no taller than me. In 2018 its seedling was given to me by our parish priest. He said its fruit is a good source of antioxidants. I found later on as I was shopping in the Sunday Legazpi that there’s such a thing as mulberry tea too, which promotes cardiovasvular heath, and lowers blood pressure and cholesterol. I have yet to taste the tea, but for now I’m quite happy with our fruit of the day: with its sweet tangy taste.

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