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O Gab and Jung Sook ….

O Gab and Jung Sook …. O Gab and Jung Sook ….

O Gab and Jung Sook Guess of Mutual 1 take advantage of the sun to ripen their jujube berries. The berries can be eaten fresh, or as dried fruit, cooked or candied, and are generally enjoyed with coffee. The fruit can also be made into jujube tea. It takes but one day of good sun to dry and age the berries. In Chinese and Korean medicine, the fruit is believed to alleviate stress and is thought to have anti-fungal, anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. It is often used to treat colds and influenza. Loaded with vitamins, the fruit also boasts amino acids and antioxidants.

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