Festive Fruit Bark

Not only do berries taste great, they are also great for us. Strawberries are high in folic acid, while blackberries are 1/3 of our daily recommended fiber in just one cup. Berries are also packed with antioxidants that protect our cells from damage. Whether we are adding them to a dish, eating them whole, or making them the star of our meal, you can't go wrong with incorporating berries into your diet.

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Mazzullo, N. 2021, Festive Fruit Bark, Extension | University of Nevada, Reno, Cooking Series, Season 1, Episode 3

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