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What are your three favorite types of berries from this list?

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I'm going to go with Strawberry, blueberry and blackberry.
 

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Blueberries, cranberries, and acai. Love strawberries but they are never really ripe in stores. So they technically are in my top three, but only if they are from our garden.
 

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Strawberry
Raspberry
Blackberry

I hadn't heard of Mulberries in years. I grew up on a farm and mulberry trees were common, I don't think they had been planted.
 

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My absolute favorite is raspberries,and then comes elderberries.I use them for jam,along with blackberries and raspberries.I am fortunate that we grow all 3!
 

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I'll say blueberry, blackberry, mulberry. Strawberries are too sour most of the time (but a good one is SO good!) and raspberries have too many seeds.

But there are several on there I haven't tried (cloudberry?) so maybe I'd like them too.
 

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Strawberry
Blackberry
Red currant

Growing up we had strawberries growing wild in the field next to our out and blackberry bushes along the side of the road. I used to walk home from school picking blackberries along the way. And we had a red currant bush in back by the creek. I miss those days when I could go outside and pick pretty much whatever fruit I wanted, and it tasted so much better than what you can get at the stores.
 
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