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The fruit of the cloudberry.
- ‘Along the way, sample unique foods such as partridgeberries and bakeapples while savoring your lobster feast and all the fresh seafood your heart desires.’
- ‘One mouthful of the smooth, dense confection set off an explosion of bakeapple flavour in my mouth.’
- ‘I think cloudberries bakeapples only grow in the wild in Atlantic Canada especially Newfoundland and Labrador.’
- ‘These foods included bottled moose, caribou, and seal, as well as plum and bakeapple jams.’
- ‘The queen of Newfoundland and Labrador berries, the bakeapple has an acquired taste that we like to think is addictive.’
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