I've never really had so many raspberries that I felt I had to do much of anything besides just eat them out of the basket. Raspberries have a hollow core and a slightly dry, seedy texture, both of which differentiate them from their juicier fellow bramble, blackberries
, which hold onto their core when picked. That's why, despite their similar appearance, there are "black raspberries" (97% of the world's crop of these delicious wonders are grown in Oregon, so if you're ever there, look for these sweet, seedy delights at farmers markets and farm stands), as well as blackberry varieties like Loganberries that have a decidedly red hue.
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