Rose Hip

Rose hips are the berries of the wild dog rose. They are rarely eaten raw because of their bitter flavour and the high number of seeds they contain.

Rose hips have a high vitamin C content and, when ripe and deep red in colour, are usually made into rose hip syrup, jam or jelly. They may also be used in sauces and glazes.

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