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The man with the best mulberries

On the street outside the old town in Kabul, this man were selling his mulberries.

I feel like I slowly get a hook on what good mulberries are, and this man offered some of the best ones I ever tried.

I was introduced to mulberries about 1 years ago, when I traded Afghan mulberries for the first time. Since then no mulberry have tasted as good as the ones from Afghanistan. I did not even find the really good ones in Istanbul! They all had a light dusty undertone.

But not this mans mulberries. They had a darker color than these ones I got delivered with the German foreign minister’s airplane last April. The mulberry can show up in colors like red, white or black.

I bought 2 kg with me home (taking up about 1/5th of my suitcase).

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2 Comments

  1. Posted April 4, 2013 at 14:50 | #

    Thank you so much, Malin, for the beautiful & delicious loaf sitting in my kitchen, the smell of the bread fresh out of & baking in the oven in your kitchen this morning, our conversation, and this post with the gorgeous pictures. Keep in touch!

  2. Posted April 5, 2013 at 15:59 | #

    Thank You for writing me Wiebke. Your kimchi was amazing. I had it with scrambled eggs for lunch! Love the way you cut the cabbage!

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