The salmonberry is highly variable in color when ripe, ranging from a golden yellow, bright orange, to vivid red. Much like it's cousin the raspberry in both structure and texture, and are semi-hollow when picked. Historically a very important foodsource for the native peoples of the Pacific Northwest, not only the berries, but the new green shoots can be peeled and steamed as a vegetable.
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