Grow delicate rose hips for a tea that contains as much vitamin C as six oranges or a sweet syrup for waffles, pancakes and ice cream.
Rose hip syrup is tasty served over pancakes, waffles, ice cream or french toast.
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Any way you consume it, this wintertime fruit — so popular with game birds, songsters, squirrels, rabbits, bears, antelope, moose, deer, and mountain sheep and goats — can provide you with a "rosy" road to good eating, drinking, and health
MOTHER EARTH NEWS STAFF
One cup of rose hip tea can contain as much vitamin C as six oranges.