Wordless Wednesday: Mulberries

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I picked these beautiful berries off the tree in our backyard. It’s one of the things I really like about our rental house. Last year I just let the birds pick the berries; this year I grabbed some for me!

These are really delicious. A friend and I made some mulberry freezer jam with them, and I felt so Betty Crocker. My hope for this summer is to move on to canning tomato sauce and pizza sauce. High aspirations!

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5 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: Mulberries

  1. How'd you get them off the tree, Jessie? Or were they on more of a bush? We have a huge mulberry tree and, shy of spreading a sheet out under the tree (which means I get bugs and bird poop caught along with the berries), I'm not sure how to get to our berries! Isn't making jam the most fun ever? 🙂

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  3. OHHH MEMORIES!!! we had a mulberry tree in our back yard growing up, I LOOOOVED that tree & can still remember the different leaf shapes

  4. Oh!! Those are MULberries?! I've never seen a mulberry tree! I clicked on your thumbnail because I thought you had taken a picture of blackberries, which I LOVE and adore, by the way. How weird that mulberries look so much like blackberries!!

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