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What to do with mulberries?

Posted by RyseRyse_2004 5 (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 20, 14 at 16:02

The deer sure love them and our lab, Boomer eats them until he vomits but I feel I should be gathering them and canning them.

Jam? Or even better - wine? How?

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RE: What to do with mulberries?

I eat tons of them fresh and freeze them for pies.

RE: What to do with mulberries?

I would gather and freeze if you have the space. You can decide later what to do with them. Wine sounds good.
I haven't worked with Mulberries, but I would think you could follow a blackberry recipe.


RE: What to do with mulberries?

We have several large trees but our type doesn't have much flavor at all. I usually just throw a handful in vinegar to make a pretty red/purple color.

RE: What to do with mulberries?

Do any mulberries have much flavor? We have wild ones nearby that don't even have much taste other than sweet. I have planted some white ones and some black/purple ones hoping for some variety some day.

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