Publication Number: FNH-00122
Author/Sponsor: Roxie Rodgers Dinstel
These small, purple berries have a unique flavor and are high in iron and copper. They can be eaten fresh or dried and are good in baked goods, soups and stews. This publication provides information on cleaning, freezing, drying and extracting the juice of this versatile berry. There are also recipes for ketchup, jelly, muffins and more.