Professor Mike Singer has promised to get back to me with the name of this berry, but in the meantime, 1) it grows on shrubby trees outside of Lo-Rise and the Campus Center and 2) it’s edible. The skin is tough and dry and the insides are mealy and orange with a few large seeds. It’s very sweet and tastes like if you pureed pine needles and dumped sugar on top. Apparently Professor Singer was leading one of his edible plant hikes one day and his students just started eating them without checking to see if they were poisonous.
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