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Sea Buckthron Jam 650 gram
A jam or syrup made of sea buckthorn is commonly found in North Pakistan. The small orange berries, called oblepikha in Gilgit Baltistan, are quite astringent and tart in their raw form. But when they’re cooked with sugar, the resulting conserve is smooth, slightly funky and reminiscent of tropical fruit — even though the sea buckthorn shrub grows in colder climates. We like to spoon the jam over toast or waffles. As an added bonus, the berries are said to be high in vitamin C, antioxidants and omega fats.