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Re: A little bit of everything


Hi, Cathy. This is from "Florida's Incredible Wild Edibles" by R.J. Deuerling and P.S. Lantz, and published by the Florida Native Plant Society.

1-1/2 quarts washed beauty berries [might take half a lifetime to collect that many]
3 quarts water
Boil 20 minutes and strain to make infusion.
Use 3 cups infusion, bring to boil, add 1 envelope Sure-Jell and 4-1/2 cups sugar. Bring to second boil and boil for 2 minutes. Remove from burner and allow to stand until foam forms. Skim off foam. Pour into sterilized jars and seal.



On Wednesday, October 20, 2004, at 05:39 PM, cathy carpenter wrote:


I'd like the recipe, when you find it!
Cathy
On Wednesday, October 20, 2004, at 03:47 AM, james singer wrote:

Chris, the purple berries of Calllicarpa americana are used to make jelly. I've got a recipe around here somewhere.

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