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    Autumn Olive jelly

    Has anyone here ever tried making jelly or preserves from autumn olive autumn olive.jpeg. It is also known as Japanese Silver Berry, it is an invasive plant but they have abundant fruit and is tasty. Would also like to try making some wine as well.

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    havent seen that in my woods (rock hill area ) if it taste good and you don't get sick go ahead with it .
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    Quote Originally Posted by turbobug View Post
    havent seen that in my woods (rock hill area ) if it taste good and you don't get sick go ahead with it .
    They don't grow in SC as far as I know, I working in the Northern Neck area of Virginia and they are all over the place.
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    Looks kinda like sumac (which I ain't eating)

    May be a different species altogether, but I don't know


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    My sister made a small batch many years ago from the bushes on the family property.
    It was decent.




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    Quote Originally Posted by mr surveyor View Post
    Looks kinda like sumac (which I ain't eating)

    May be a different species altogether, but I don't know


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    Completely different.
    You can make a pink lemonade tasting beverage from the Staghorn Sumac berries.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mr surveyor View Post
    Looks kinda like sumac (which I ain't eating)

    May be a different species altogether, but I don't know


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    Not sumac, talked to a naturalist at a State park up here after I saw the bush covered with honeybees in the spring and she told me what it was.
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    Quote Originally Posted by turbobug View Post
    havent seen that in my woods (rock hill area ) if it taste good and you don't get sick go ahead with it .
    I find it hard to believe Rock Hill lacks autumn olive since the woods around Chester are lousy with the stuff.
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    Daddy used to get us to pick elderberries for mom to make jam out of them. They’re in the nightshade family one day, on our hot biscuits the next.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgriffin1988 View Post
    What doesn’t kill ya will only make you stronger!
    (Been married 13 years now)
    Daddy used to get us to pick elderberries for mom to make jam out of them. They’re in the nightshade family one day, on our hot biscuits the next.
    Hey Griff dont forget Maters And Taters are in the Nightshade family too.
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