Rachel Lambert: forager, author, guide
Dried blackberry seeded pulp on blackberry stained paper

Technically this is fruit and seed fruit leather!

Although I'm a forager by trade, in my heart I'm still an artist that loves to be creative. For me, wild food is a natural material to play with, use well and not waste.

So when I make blackberry cordial or blackberry coulis and am left with a seedy, black pulp, this is what I ended up making from it, and eating!

blackberry seed powder

Why eat blackberry seeds?

Did you know that blackberry seeds have omega 3 and 6 in them? These little seeds that often get stuck between your teeth can also help the normal functioning of your body.

These essential oils help; stimulate hair and skin growth, maintain bone health, regulate metabolism and maintain your reproductive system. They also support the healthy functioning of your immune system, brain, eyes and nerves.

Eating blackberry seeds are good for you!

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