Yesterday I was invited to a friend’s property to do a plant walk with her. Lucky for me she had more fruit than she knew what to do with! I left with a nice supply of autumn olives and wild grapes.
We love to eat the autumn olives as a snack, or mix with local yogurt.
After getting rid of the bad grapes, I ended up with about 40 oz. Straight to the juicer!
Wild grapes are an excellent source of catechins, anthocyanins and resveratrol, as well as many vitamins, minerals, electrolytes, and other phytonutrients. This gives this fruit anti-oxidant, stroke preventative, anti-allergenic, anti-cancer, and anti-inflammatory properties.
Because they are so tart, I added 3 organic apples to the mix to sweeten. The end result: what a treat! My toddler gulped it down.
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Megan Kerkhoff is a Certified Health Counselor and Certified Family Herbalist at Aayus Holistic Health Services in Neenah, Wisconsin, and resides in Little Chute, Wisconsin.