A quick quality energy source, improving digestion and secretion of stomach juices, strengthening the liver and kidney, treating anaemia, preventing diseases such as some types of cancer.
White mulberry is a tree that can reach up to 20 metres in height. It originates from China and has spread to Europe centuries ago, primarily as the food for silkworms. It is resistant to diseases and is thus mostly grown without the use of pesticides. Its fruit (botanically inflorescence) is white, very sweet and sensitive to transport, so it is very unlikely to find fresh white mulberries on sale. Most of the nutrients are retained by drying fresh mulberries on the sun. With drying, the sugar concentrations rise and the fruits become even sweeter.
- 1 cup hazelnuts
- 1 cup dried white mulberries
- 1 cup dates, chopped
- 1 teaspoon vanilla powder
Coarsely grind hazelnuts in a food processor. Then add dried white mulberries and chopped dates and mix until the dough is formed. Shape into balls and roll in coconut flour if desired.