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What the Heck is Goji?

What the Heck is Goji?

Goji Berry Trail Mix
Ingredients:
1 cup goji berries
1/2 cup raw chocolate nibs
1 cup raw pecans
1 cup raw walnuts
1/2 cup coconut shreds

Directions:
Combine all ingredients in a glass jar with an airtight lid. Mix well.

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12 comments

1 Kenny Demick- The Goji Guy { 01.10.14 at 10:50 pm }

I have a producing Goji Farm in Nevada. LGD Farms. We are currently moving to 5,000 plants and will be over 10,000 end of summer 2014. We also have bees making goji honey! Our goal is 100 acres in 5 years of Goji! We are well on our way….hard plant to grow..the hardest I have ever tried…but once you get it…you got it!

2 Jaime McLeod { 05.23.13 at 2:40 pm }

Cynthia, For planting? Hard to say. You’d have to ask around at your local greenhouses.

3 cynthia roundtree { 05.23.13 at 1:02 pm }

where would u be able to purchase them, i dont like ordering plants online

4 Jaime McLeod { 05.23.13 at 1:00 pm }

zippo26050 – Sure. Give it a try.

5 zippo26050 { 05.23.13 at 9:18 am }

Can I grow my own Goji Berrys??

6 Jaime McLeod { 05.22.13 at 3:39 pm }

Any health/natural foods store should have them, Patsy.

7 Jaime McLeod { 05.22.13 at 3:38 pm }

Reynold, Yes, you can grow it just about anywhere in the U.S.

8 Reynold { 05.22.13 at 12:57 pm }

Can goji berry grow in south Florida ?

9 Patsy { 05.22.13 at 12:33 pm }

Where do you buy goji berries?

10 Cheryl { 05.22.13 at 9:23 am }

Dulse is seaweed

11 Jaime McLeod { 05.22.13 at 9:22 am }

Tammy Sue, Dulse is a red seaweed, technically an algae.

12 Tammy Sue { 05.22.13 at 9:10 am }

What is dulse?

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