GLOSSARY TERMS - 'H'
A small, magenta-colored berry harvested from down growing shrubs that are normally found in Great Britain and Northern Europe as well. It is most frequently used for jams, syrups, desserts, muffins, salad dressings, and also herbal teas, in which it could also be labeled or referred to as the whortleberry. Sometimes confused with or referred to as a bilberry, it is not the same berry, and instead has a glossy outer skin that is thicker and covers a sharper taste pulp than the bilberry. In the United States, the huckleberry is also often wrong for a blueberry, which is typically smaller and not as tart.
Hairless rambutan is a kind strongly related to the Rambutan. The drupe fruit has a taste similar to Rambutan. The fruit does not have any hair-like spines, hence the name. They can be eaten fresh and raw straight from the tree. They are not usually grown or harvested for commercial use.