A fruit similar to the blackberry, but softer, made up of multiple small drupes, light red and occasionally white or black, with a covering of fine down and a sweet, slightly acid, fruity, perfumed flavour. The wild variety are very small, but domesticated varieties can grow up to 2,5 cm long and it grows in a cool climate. Raspberries can be bought fresh, frozen or canned and are eaten raw, cooked in pies, puddings or jams, or pureed to form a coulis or sauce.

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