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Mulberries

What are Mulberries

Mulberries

Today I went out and collected mulberries and I can’t wait to get started making a variety of treats, freezing and drying them. You didn’t just ask what are mulberries? Did you?

What are Mulberries

What Are Mulberries?

Mulberries are a type of berry that comes in three colors black, red and white. They are pretty yummy.  Both humans and animals seem to enjoy them. Not sure of any look-alikes.

When Can You Harvest?

Depends.  According to the type and where you live.  Some spring, some in summer and some are fall varieties.  

Mine are in the fall, black color that has a hint of red at times.  In Wisconsin, the trees are littered with the blackberries the last few weeks of August into the first few weeks of September.

You can tell they are ready because flocks of birds will be enjoying the berries.

How to Store Them

1.) Refrigerate Them: Mulberries can be placed unwashed in the refrigerator and keep for up to four days. Use them to make fresh fruit salads, like this fruit round salad.

2.) Freeze Them: Spread a piece of parchment paper on a cookie sheet.  Place the mulberries in a single layer on the cookie sheet.  Place them in the freezer.  Once frozen, transfer the berries to freezer bags.

3.) Dry Them: Sun dry them, oven dry or microwave dry the berries.  Dried berries can be used a variety of ways.

It doesn’t matter if you eat mulberries fresh from the refrigerator or frozen.  Once you taste mulberries you will be finding ways to incorporate them into all your meals.

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