I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, the best time to eat raspberries is first thing in the morning, when they are still wet with dew. You pick them off the plant, shake the water (and possibly an ant or two) from your hands and pop the little gems into your salivating mouth. Then you squish that ripe raspberry against the top of your mouth with your tongue (no need for teeth) and let the tangy, sweet juices fill your mouth with flavors that you absolutely cannot get from a store. Finally, you let those berries, still cool, slide like a succulent gloop of deliciousness down your throat and let the magic of digestion deliver all of the goodness those berries contain to the rest of your beautiful body.
- Kim Harbicht- Sczesny relocated to Sundre, Alberta in the fall of 2014 and opened Turning Ground Yoga and Wellness. Kim has always been a teacher in some way, shape or form and loves sharing her passion for healthy living, yoga, food, gardening and life.
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