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  In 1932, was "created" by Walter Knott (that's right kiddies, the one and only founder of Knott's Berry Farm). A Boysenberry is a cross between a blackberry, loganberry, and raspberry. Walter Knott named the berry after his longtime friend, Rudolph Boysen.

  Boysenberry jam is very good on warm biscuits with butter, although it is usually too sweet for some, and tends to be rather seedy. However, the seeds crunch easily and shouldn't damage your teeth too much. (That's what the sugar's for. =))

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