[NAFEX] preserving mulberries
friendly27sw at yahoo.com
Sun Aug 21 18:34:11 EDT 2005
I've dried some purple ones, they tasted decent fresh,
but about like hay after dried.
--- Geoffrey Tolle <Gtolle0709 at wowway.com> wrote:
> I tried dehydrating them once. That didn't work
> very well as my
> dehydrator was malfunctioning and cooking things
> instead of dehydrating
> them. Even so, I have heard from several sources
> that the taste of red
> and black mulberries doesn't dry very well. I have
> heard that the fruit
> of the white mulberry (Morus alba?) dries very well
> and is very popular
> in the Middle East. Anyway, I think that preserves,
> freezing, and,
> perhaps, fermentation may be the only tasty ways to
> preserve them.
> I understand that the best way to collect them
> is a big sheet and a
> good tree shaking every couple of days. Certainly
> hand picking is slow
> and covers only a small portion of the tree.
> Geoffrey Tolle
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