Also known as one-seeded juniper, the berries from this tree have a long history of use amongst North American indigenous cultures, particularly in the southwest. The berries may be used crushed or whole, added to foods as a flavoring, steeped in boiling water to make an infusion, or eaten fresh or dried.
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