Blackberries are black, edible fruits made of many small drupes, or tiny fruits that each contain one seed. The Marion blackberry, or marionberry, is one of the most common varieties, and is a cross between the Chehalem and Olallie blackberries.
Sugar, or sucrose, provides sweetness and texture to foods, and is made by evaporating water from the syrup of sugar cane or sugar beets until sugar crystals form. Sugar may be granulated, or very finely ground into powder when a finer texture is desired.
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