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The bramble is the bush on which the wild blackberry grows. Culinarily, a curious distinction in usage has grown up around it: when the fruit is used in pies, crumbles, tarts, etc. it is known as a ‘blackberry’, but make it into a jelly—of the sort spread on bread and butter, that is—and it becomes ‘bramble’.

Subjects: Cookery, Food, and Drink — Environmental Science.

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