All things preserving - canning, water bath (vacola), freezing, drying your harvest. We discuss all methods and the pros and cons, be nice to each other, please we all have our ways of preserving.
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Postby mallee11 » Fri Jan 08, 2010 11:34 pm

what are these used for I bought 1 plant last year and trained it along a trellis and so far have picked 2x2litre containers and there is still more than that on the vine that will be ripe in a few days and then more to ripen ,I have bottled some for pies ,and made some cordial to try

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Re: Loganberries

Postby Hayhay » Sat Jan 09, 2010 10:20 am

Oh wonderful! Use the same as any other berries I'd say. They probably lend themselves better to some things than others....experiment and let us know!

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Re: Loganberries

Postby Shadowgirlau » Sat Jan 09, 2010 2:47 pm

Loganberry Jam, loganberry jelly, loganberry cordial, loganberry icecream, mix them with other berries and make mixed berry jam, mixed berry pie filling, make a spread for using as a cake topping or for scones. So many things to do with berries. Oh and liquour, yum!

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