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    You Scandinavians...

    Tell me about cloudberry jam. I just bought one and I have no idea what it is to taste like

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    mmmmmm i love cloudberries!

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    I honestly think cloud berries are overrated. Yes they taste good, but it's nothing special imo.

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    i live in sweden and never heard of Cloudberries o.0 might go to the store and look it up

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    It's sweet and sour at the same time. Hard to describe, but one of the best berries in the world if you use it right. It's not the best if you eat it plain, but with yogurt it's the best in the world

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    Never heard of it either, and i'm danish. Might be because i'm not really a jam guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by banan163 View Post
    i live in sweden and never heard of Cloudberries o.0 might go to the store and look it up
    Cloudberries = Hjortron.

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    Ruthless knows his shit. Get some plain yoghurt and just throw some jam into it and mix it around!

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    Cloudberry is just code-name for something else..

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    cloudberries and icecream <3 also cloudberry juice <3

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    Quote Originally Posted by banan163 View Post
    i live in sweden and never heard of Cloudberries o.0 might go to the store and look it up
    "Hjortron".
    Also, it's not that good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meowh View Post
    Ruthless knows his shit. Get some plain yoghurt and just throw some jam into it and mix it around!
    That sounds really good. I just had a taste of it and it is quite delicious. When I googled I only found one person speaking of it and they hated it and said Scandinavians were crazy for liking it. What else can you do with it besides just yogurt. I was thinking perhaps cloudberries and peanut butter sandwich.

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    You can have it to waffles, pancakes, breakfast cereal, to sour milk, with icecream and on toast and other stuffs, it's good to cheese cake aswell.

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    I just went out a couple weeks ago in order to 'harvest' some from the mountains around my hometown, and according to the current prices, I can safely say I have more than enough and would've earned a couple thousand if I ever were to sell it. I didn't and gave it to my grandmother who made jam out of it. I do not like it personally.

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    My girlfriend likes it. They also have a berry around where she lives which they use for jam. It's called "Rips" is Norwegian, though not sure what they are in English, but the jam tastes good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by banan163 View Post
    i live in sweden and never heard of Cloudberries o.0 might go to the store and look it up
    Hjortron.

    I can't describe it, it's not my favorite berries, but it is pretty nice with some whipped cream on waffles and pancakes, it's an autumn thing, I think the season starts around the August, then lasts for a few months. It's worth trying out, but not everyone likes it, some people love it, some people really dislike it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alenarien View Post
    My girlfriend likes it. They also have a berry around where she lives which they use for jam. It's called "Rips" is Norwegian, though not sure what they are in English, but the jam tastes good.
    I would recommend redcurrant (rips) jelly if you're ever going to taste it again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alenarien View Post
    My girlfriend likes it. They also have a berry around where she lives which they use for jam. It's called "Rips" is Norwegian, though not sure what they are in English, but the jam tastes good.
    Rips is Red Currant, which is quite known not only in Norway.

    Smash some and put on top of vanilla ice cream.

    Cloudberries on the other hand I never heard before moving here.

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    I looked it up, still never heard of it. Must be a Swedish thing...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pancha View Post
    I would recommend redcurrant (rips) jelly if you're ever going to taste it again.
    She sends me a few packages every year when we're apart; usually filled with Norwegian treats such as the chocolate, brunost and a jam or two. Will be getting another in a few weeks' time so looking forward to it.
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