kathmath at charterinternet.com
Tue Dec 12 13:20:49 EST 2006
This has nothing to do with boiling or gunk, but since we're on the subject
of elderberries I've got a question. I'm a newbie and harvested my first
little crop this summer. Since I live on an urban corner lot without much
space I opted to plant the ornamental, lance-leaved variety (Lancifolia, I
think?) which is smaller. The berries were very small, but delicious in
baked goods. My biggest surprise was when I dried some, they had an anise
flavor that was also very fun to bake with. I'm wondering if it's just this
particular variety or if the varieties like Adams and York that most people
plant for berries also have an anise taste when dried.
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