Incan Goldenberries, the Latest Superfood
If you've never heard of Incan goldenberries, don't be too surprised. Although casual gardeners and commercial farmers have grown them for many decades in Australia, Hawaii, and South Africa, news of their value and all-around tastiness is just now starting to reach mainland America.
The scientific name for this South American native is Physalis peruviana. The tomatillo and groundcherry belong to the same genus, while the tomato is a slightly more distant relative. Ironically, like all these species, goldenberries are true berries... whereas most of the things we call "berries" aren't.