Most Popular Berries

Name the most common types of berries.
Based on number of Google results from the site epicurious.com
Must have berry in the name!
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Last updated: October 28, 2013
First submittedOctober 28, 2013
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# Results
Answer
149,000
Cranberry
130,000
Raspberry
129,000
Strawberry
85,000
Blueberry
63,700
Blackberry
39,500
Huckleberry
# Results
Answer
22,800
Gooseberry
7,390
Lingonberry
2,980
Elderberry
2,850
Mulberry
2,630
Boysenberry
1,930
Marionberry
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Level 87
Oct 28, 2013
No snozzberries?!
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Level 80
Dec 29, 2013
Crunchberries? Mintberries? Dingleberries? I think this was rigged.
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Level 82
Dec 17, 2014
I'm guessing dingleberry recipes don't last long on epicurious.com. :-)
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Level 61
Apr 25, 2016
Mintberry CRUNCH!
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Level 69
Jan 8, 2017
My mom makes a yummy dingleberry pie.
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Level 26
Mar 22, 2017
@MinecraftLover2009 Neither are strawberries or raspberries.
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Level 78
May 10, 2017
Ewwwww! That does it, I'm not eating dingleberries anymore.
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Level 80
Jun 17, 2018
Minecraft had to go and ruin it for all of us that love dingleberry recipes. What's next? You're going to tell me hot dogs aren't made from actual dog?
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Level 70
Jun 25, 2018
When we went to the Dingle Peninsula in Ireland, we got donuts filled with Dingleberry jam. They do exist as berries.
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Level 73
Apr 23, 2016
Snozzberry? Who ever heard of a snozzberry?
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Level 56
Apr 23, 2016
They are from books/films. Not real.
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Level 35
Apr 23, 2016
It was a quote from the BFG...
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Level 79
Apr 25, 2016
Snozzberries are from 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,' at least originally (don't know if Dahl re-used the term in any of his other books or not).
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Level 77
Apr 25, 2016
And they taste just like Snozzberries
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Level 53
Dec 29, 2013
ras should work for raspberry (not just raz) LOL on the snozzberries!
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Level 66
Jun 23, 2014
No it shouldn't. It's spelled "raspberry" and that should be common knowledge
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Level 30
Apr 23, 2016
Every language is weird for those not schooled in it.
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Level 70
Apr 24, 2016
Especially if you can't spell ENGLISH.
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Level 80
Dec 29, 2013
The Marionberry makes a great smoothie if you mix it with orange juice, bananas, ice, and half a cup of crack cocaine.
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Level 71
Dec 29, 2013
*thunderous applause*
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Level 85
Jan 3, 2014
Literally laughed out loud. Nice one, kalba.
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Level 73
Apr 23, 2016
NICE
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Level 19
Dec 21, 2018
I don't get it... Like honestly, I don't.
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Level 80
Mar 6, 2019
If someone other than a known and documented troll was asking, I would explain.
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Level 46
Jun 26, 2020
(A year later) I don't get it. Am I missing a reference or is it because I had never heard of marionberries before ?
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Level 79
Sep 3, 2020
I got it!
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Level 81
Dec 29, 2013
No Halle Berry?
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Level 80
Dec 29, 2013
I did a google search for HalleBerrys and melons and got a ton of hits.
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Level 73
Dec 29, 2013
I tried Chuck...
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Level 46
May 28, 2019
RIP Chuck Berry
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Level 48
Dec 30, 2013
Your mother was a hamster, and your father smelt of elderberries!
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Level 80
Dec 30, 2013
which is a terrible insult, I assume, because they are one of the least popular types of berries.
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Level 55
Jan 2, 2014
Perhaps, but they smell amazing. Make fantastic pies, too...
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Level 56
Jan 12, 2016
It means your mother was a whore and your father was a drunk lol
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Level 70
Feb 25, 2016
Elderberry wine is delicious!
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Level 78
May 10, 2017
Yep, thanks to Monty Python once again for getting me a higher score. Python = educational. Who'da thunk it?
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Level 50
Mar 14, 2014
Frankenberry!
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Level 89
Nov 17, 2014
And Booberry
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Level 71
Jul 7, 2014
And for Little Lulu fans, poison beebleberries.
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Level 55
Jul 14, 2014
I didn't think a huckleberry was an actual berry.
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Level 44
Aug 1, 2014
a huckleberry is just a species of blueberry, small and purple
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Level 78
Jan 9, 2016
Unless you're talking about Garden Huckleberries. They are members of the nightshade family, related to tomatoes and potatoes. Their berries are poisonous unless cooked. I think what you call huckleberries we call bilberries here in the mid-south US.
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Level 65
Jun 26, 2020
But they taste a lot different than blueberries.
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Level 59
Apr 26, 2016
I'm your huckleberry.
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Level 59
Aug 4, 2015
British favorites - bilberries & whinberries.
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Level 34
Apr 23, 2016
How did I almost miss cranberry? lol
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Level 78
Apr 23, 2016
I have a mulberry tree in my yard. Did I get that answer? Of course not.
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Level 78
May 10, 2017
LOL! Ain't that the way?
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Level 76
Apr 23, 2016
smurfberries should figure somewhere...
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Level 24
Apr 23, 2016
is it sad i tried that
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Level 37
Apr 23, 2016
Strawberries aren't a berry
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Level 32
Apr 23, 2016
Smurfberries? XD
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Level 32
Apr 23, 2016
Gets marionberry and mulberry Forgets blueberry 'face palm'
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Level 62
Apr 23, 2016
How are cranberries number one? You can't even eat them fresh!
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Level 73
Apr 23, 2016
Probably based on the fact that so many use the juice with their vodka.
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Level 67
Oct 30, 2018
The source is a recipe site, and cranberries are used in a TON of recipes.
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Level 38
Apr 24, 2020
Yer and they totally ming
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Level 52
Apr 23, 2016
no logan berries? wow.
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Level 64
Mar 5, 2017
I know. I have loganberries growing in my garden. Sheesh.
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Level 67
Apr 23, 2016
Only knew lingonberries because of Ikea.
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Level 51
Apr 24, 2016
I thought goji berry would've been there, hhmmmm
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Level 12
Apr 26, 2016
I should've gotten Gooseberry...
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Level 11
Apr 26, 2016
Strawberries aren't berries. They're part of the rose family.
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Level 72
Sep 6, 2016
Neither are black- and raspberries, but everyone knows what this quiz *meant*…
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Level 65
May 10, 2016
Burberry has over 50 million search results :P
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Level 72
Sep 6, 2016
On epicurious?
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Level 16
Jul 1, 2016
Dingleberry
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Level 28
Aug 14, 2016
I got every single one except blackberry
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Level 69
Oct 20, 2016
Member berries?
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Level 43
Feb 17, 2017
The banana is a bery right?
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Level 78
May 10, 2017
I think we're overdue for a "strawberries aren't berries" comment.
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Level 16
May 27, 2018
Its been over a year now. We need another "STRAWBERRIES AREN'T BERRIES OH MY GOODNESS FIX YOUR QUIZ DO YOUR RESEARCH QUIZ WOW" comment.
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Level 40
Mar 6, 2019
In scientific terminology, a berry is a fruit produced from the ovary of a single flower in which the outer layer of the ovary wall develops into an edible fleshy portion (pericarp). Strawberries and raspberries aren't berries! Bananas, tomatoes, melons and chili peppers are!
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Level 67
Jun 2, 2020
That was right on cue
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Level 65
Jan 3, 2018
I did some googling for the berries I don't know much about, and it seems that there isn't much variation from the basic morphology of the blueberry and blackberry. Huckleberries look like black blueberries. Lingonberries look like red blueberries. Elderberries look like blue blueberries. And mulberries, boysenberries and marionberries all look like blackberries. Is there much difference in the taste in all of these?
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Level 65
Jun 26, 2020
Yes.
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Level 81
Jun 25, 2018
So Booberry Crunch isn't popular anymore?
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Level 67
Jun 25, 2018
In addition to the previously-noted sad lack of the halleberry, chuckberry, crunchberry, snozzberry, and dingleberry, I feel I must point out that this really should include the roddenberry as well.
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Level 38
Apr 24, 2020
YES and the yerrowberry.
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Level 45
Oct 30, 2018
Clearly too much of a Millenial for my own good, I tried acai and goji berries before cranberry :/ ...
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Level 67
Aug 18, 2019
Cranberry is a relative recent thing aswell. About 10 years ago you started hearing about it.
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Level 38
Apr 24, 2020
My mum (in south-east England) was making cranberry sauce every Christmas when I was a child. That would be, er, 40-odd years ago now.
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Level 67
Jun 2, 2020
Not saying it didn't exist or wasn't used before, and maybe even extremely common in other countries, but in my country (not uk or us) it seemed to be non existent, untill suddenly all sorts of "healthy" drinks showed up, short lived hype, though still available (bottled water with cranberry flavor and 7up tasting stuff but with cranberries etc)
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Level 66
Mar 6, 2019
Got strawberry, blueberry, blackberry, cranberry and elderberry but forgot raspberry...
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Level 56
Mar 6, 2019
What do the numbers represent? Quantities grown, sold?
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Level 44
Mar 6, 2019
How did I forget lingonberry?? They grow all over my backyard
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Level 69
Mar 7, 2019
No delicious caperberries or barberries?
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Level 69
Jun 24, 2019
Tried 'Chuck' and 'Dingle' (sigh)
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Level 67
Jun 2, 2020
No glastonberry? ;)
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Level 68
Jun 2, 2020
What about Traveling Wilberry?
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Level 44
Jun 26, 2020
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