Also known as Cape Gooseberry, this tomato and tomatillo relative is a delicious sweet fruit, native to South America. Called "Ground Cherry" because you harvest it after it falls to the ground, the husks will be completely dry when the fruit is ripe. Wait until the berries inside are orange or yellow -- green, unripe fruits are bitter. This fruit is grown widely in Africa, China, Australia, and Egypt, and can be made into jam or desserts.
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STORE: On your counter. in a cool, dry place, out of direct sunlight. Store well in husks