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Take the family out on a mouth-watering berry-picking adventure
Wild berries grow all over the United States, ranging from raspberries and blueberries, to gooseberries and currants. Toss them into your mouth seconds after picking or bring them home to make jams,...
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Honeyberries are extremely hardy, grow anywhere, and are good for your health
My dad is nuts about blueberries. My mom wanted to get him his own blueberry plants, but they wouldn’t have much luck growing them in the soil on their acreage. She got him some honeyberry...
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Strawberry jam is delicious as is, but we have several variations that will make it even better!
  Prep: 40 minutes. Process: 5 minutes.  12 cups strawberries (3 quarts) 1 1.75-ounce package regular powdered fruit pectin 1/2 teaspoon butter 7 cups sugar 1. Place 1 cup of the...
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This ruby-colored jam is as tasty as it is beautiful. Spread it over corn bread or a slice of angel food cake.
  Prep: 35 minutes Stand: 10 minutes + 24 hours 1 pound tart red cherries 1 cup mashed blueberries 4 cups sugar 1/2 teaspoon finely shredded lemon peel 1 1.75-ounce package regular...
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Elderberries are known for their unusual flavor
Elderberries add a distinctive flavor in jams and jellies, wine, and pie. Some people even use them for medicinal purposes. They also make nice landscaping plants. Eric Stafne is an extension...
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Dad's latest venture on his Maryland farm is growing elderberries. This is not a pick-your-own crop like his strawberries and raspberries. Uncooked elderberries are astringent and inedible. They...
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Berries are good and good for you! Enjoy their sweetness in these tasty treats.
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The aronia berry, or chokeberry, is no bigger than the tip of your finger, but packs a powerful antioxidant punch These berries are easy to grow and good for you. Radio interview source: Dr. Eldon...