Dried goji berries are nutritionally rich, containing beta-carotene, vitamins C, B1, B2 and other vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and amino acids. Dried Goji berries have many health advantages, some of which include the prevention of eye disorders, warding off cancer and contributing to longevity.
Dried Goji Berries
Sizes: 220 berries/50g, 280berries/50g, 350 berries/50g, 380 berries/50g, 500 berries/50g, 700 berries/50g;
Recipes for dried goji berries:
Goji Recipe #1: Pure and Simple Goji Drink
One of our favorites! In a big glass of hot or cold water, juice or herbal tea add one handful of Goji berries and let them sit and hydrate for a few minutes (they become plump and juicy); or put several handfuls in a pitcher and enjoy all day as you drink your own delicious Goji berry elixir. Chewing the Gojis as you drink is a wonderful experience and with 500 times more Vitamin C by weight than oranges, Goji berries are a great pick-me-up between meals and a delightful way to enjoy a glass of water.
Goji Recipe #2: Goji Berry Smoothie Recipe
Soak Goji berries for at least one hour. Combine 1 cup soaked goji berries with 1 cup blueberries (fresh or frozen), 2 bananas (fresh or frozen), 2 teaspoons cocoa powder, and 1-2 cups almond milk or the water in which the Goji berries were soaked in a strong blender. Blend until smooth. The quantities listed here produce approximately two large servings.
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