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Hawthorn berries along the trail.
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theview says ... on Tuesday, Sep 17 at 4:48 PM
Never heard of them, do people eat them?
wjohnsen says ... on Tuesday, Sep 17 at 4:59 PM
Hawthorn berries are not commonly used as an edible fruit since the taste is not particularly special compared to the wide variety of fruits found today, however, the berries are quite delicious when made into jams, jellies or preserves.
theview says ... on Wednesday, Sep 18 at 5:50 PM
I like jelly! Dave likes your berries to, just saw it on the news, congratulations!
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