Re: new here!
- --- In edibleweeds@y..., "Mark & Carolin" <mursall@n...> wrote:
> Hi all! I just joined a couple of days ago. I have beeninterested in wild foraging for a while, but just started getting
into it. We recently bought 80 acres of heavily wooded land, on the
river, and there is a pond on the property. To me, this is a perfect
place to start my wild foraging hobby!
>berries or Saskatoons. I am from Northern Ontario, Canada, so
> So my first project is June plums, or they may be known as June
hopefully they grow in your area and you know what I am talking
about. I am also starting canning this year and have never done it
before, but what I am looking for are recipes I can make with these
June plums. I heard that they make really good jams but so far I
haven't come up with any recipes.
>want to share? I have a couple of quarts picked already.
> Anybody out there familiar with these and have a few recipes they
>hello, i dont know if the first message i typed got sent or not so i
will try this again. juneberries are commonly called serviceberries
in these parts so i didnt realize exactely what you were looking for
until i did a little research and found that i have a recipe for the
service berry jelly. i scanned it but i am unable to figure out how
to attach a file to this letter here. maybe if i had your email
address or some information about how to attach the file i will get
it to you as soon as possible. i hope you are enjoying foraging, how
much experience do you have?
respond soon so i can get that information to you