…make a berry nice breakfast,
especially when combined
with home-grown strawberries
and creamy yoghurt.
I didn’t expect to find blackberries ripe already when I took a walk up the road yesterday, but Sunday’s heat probably helped bring them on. Since I wasn’t expecting to find them, I didn’t take anything to put them in, so I had to improvise with a hanky1Z0-043 knotted at the corners. It was just big enough for the 370g of berries I harvested.
Blackberries are of course not really wild, but positively feral, and a noxious weed to boot. However, they are at least good for human health, being full of Vitamins A and C, plus phenolic acids. Like
00M-651 the vitamins, these are antioxidant compounds which help protect against cancer, and have other health benefits as well. So do yourself and the wider environment a favour, and pick and eat as many as you can.