kimk_maser at yahoo.ca
Wed Jan 25 12:35:39 EST 2006
Partridgeberry is also used to make wine by 2 or 3 wineries in Newfoundland.
They actually quite tasty.
Jim Fruth <jfruth at uslink.net> wrote:
I read an article that some Canadians are investigating Partridgeberry,
Lowbush Blueberry, Cranberry and Bakeapple with the intention of developinf
new, superior cultivars (Study No. 300-2129-9901).
I didn't know that Partridgeberries were edible. Do any of you eat them?
How are they eaten (raw, cooked, etc.)? What are they like? What does it
take to grow them?
Pequot Lakes, MN
Jams, Jellies and Syrups
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