Title:||Preserving Foods: Wild Berries and Fruit|
|Producer:||Oregon State University Extension Service|
|Description:||Recognize the difference between edible berries and wild berries that should be avoided when adhering to food safety. Suggestions of edible wild berries are presented in this publication as well as the preservation methods used to safely create different products such as wild berry jams or jellies.
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Produce and Juice
|Format/Pub. Year:||Fact Sheets (2013)|
|Other Format:||Recipes (2013)|
| ||Oregon State University Extension Service|
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