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Tiny, bright-red, dried berries with a sharp, acidic taste. Used in Afghan and Persian rice dishes. (SML PKT)

Other Common Names: European Barberry, Sowberry, Berbery, Pipperidge Bush, Holy Thorn, Zareshk. Botanical Name: (Berberis vulgaris)

Produce of Iran packed in Australia.

Description & Use: These are the dried, ripe berries from a species of berberis, however beware for many of them are poisonous and under no circumstances should be eaten. The berries are cherry-red in colour and resemble a small, red currant. The flavour is pleasantly acidic and somewhat fruity. Appreciated for their high citric acid content, barberries are used in Afghan rice dishes and feature in Persian cuisine.