Youngberry fruit is of deep wine color has few seeds and a small core. There are more than 24 varieties of blackberry around the world and youngberry is just one of those. While the blackberry was grown as natural berries, it was rarely developed into a garden fruit before 1850 but following that year the youngberry has been widely grown.
The technical name of the youngberry is Rubus Cecaesius and the plant that belongs to the Rosaceae family. Youngberry is a crossbred blackberry variety with a red color and juicy flesh. Usually, youngberries are planted in gardens. While the fruit ripens, it turns purple-black, with a cone shape.
- Youngberry is rich in Vitamin A, which is necessary for having good eyesight
- The presence of vitamin B1 in the berries helps support digestion. Thiamine also helps to maintain a good nervous system in our body
- The health benefits of vitamin C in youngberries serves us to make a stronger immune system and in addition healing the wounds faster
- Calcium in the berries helps construct stronger skeleton and teeth. It is important to avoid osteoporosis
- Pectin in the fruit helps lower LDL cholesterol, get better condition of insulin resistance and cure diarrhea
|Total Carbohydrate||13.84 g|
|Total Fat||0.71 g|
- 3 cups youngberries
- 1 cup sugar
- 2 tablespoons cornstarch
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 1 pie crust
- 1 tablespoon butter