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I can remember fondly the first time I rolled down a country lane on my bicycle and discovered the sweetest, tastiest, and largest wild strawberries of my life. I made strawberry jam from that patch for years. I have never … Continue reading
Tagged bluebonnet pictures, jam making, jelly making, Poteet strawberries, Poteet Strawberry Jam, strawberries, strawberry history, strawberry jam, Texas Bluebonnets, Texas strawberries, Texas strawberry jam, Texas Wildflowers, When to pick strawberries in Texas
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Groundcherries, husk tomato, tomate de cascara, Physalis pruinosa, and poha are names for my favorite little fruit. There are over 35 species of physalis and most are edible. They are called groundcherries because the fruit fall to the ground as … Continue reading
Tagged ground cherry jam, Groundcherries, groundcherry jelly, husk tomato jam, husk tomatoes, jellies, jelly, jelly making, making jelly, no-sugar needed pectin, poha, tomate de cascara
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Today I finished making the Redbud Jelly. As mentioned in an earlier post, I cleaned the petals, and made an infusion from them. Today I separated the liquid by pouring the liquid out of the container where the infusion had … Continue reading
I have been making jellies all my life but now that I am retired I decided to make jellies that I had never made before. Then I decided to take this a step beyond by making a goal of making … Continue reading
Tagged Apple, Dewberry, Farkleberry, Groundcherries, jellies, jelly, jelly making, Mayhaw, Mesquite, Mexican Plum, mulberries, Mulberry, Plum, Redbud, Rosehip, Texas jellies, Texas persimmon, Turk's cap, Wild Olive