Wow your Tu B'Shvat crowd with this most amazing flavor-morphing berry
Receive a fresh batch of Miracle Fruit berries on Friday, January 18th
Serve the Miracle Fruit. Miracle fruit is a berry that contains miraculin, a molecule that binds to the tongue's taste buds causing sour foods to taste very sweet.
After eating the miracle fruit, lemons and limes will taste like candy, and a strawberry, it will taste like it’s coated in sugar
This fruit was such a hit in all different ages and program and made tu bshvat learning fun and tangible.
Our teens absolutely loved it!
We all had a great time with it, we were blown away by the berry’s affect
Miracle Fruit is a berry native to Ghana, Africa. It is now also grown in Florida.
The berry itself has a low sugar content and a mildly sweet tang. It contains a glycoprotein molecule called miraculin. After the fleshy part of the fruit is eaten, this molecule binds to the tongue's taste buds causing sour foods to taste very sweet.