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LITTLE COOKS Wild blackberries grow on very prickly bushes. Carefully does it


Be careful, the thorns can scrape and the berries can stain. Wear old clothes with long sleeves and


trousers. If you are extra worried about the thorns, a pair of washing-up gloves will protect your fi ngers.


Blackberry foraging for the whole family


Blackberries are grown in hedgerows. Don’t worry if you live in the city, you can fi nd them on canal paths, in woodland and parks.


Where to find blackberries


Blackberries are easy to spot and super tasty! Learn how to forage them and get into nature.


Take some time to look at the shape of the leaves and the fl owers and any insects living on the plants, not just the tasty berries!


Pick of the bunch


Not all blackberries were created equal. The best blackberries are plump, dark and shiny.


Avoid blackberries which are near busy roads or below knee height as they may have been 'watered' by passing dogs.


How to pick blackberries


Gently pull on the fruit. If you need to pull hard, it means the berry is not yet ripe. Even though it is tempting, don’t pick too many berries at once. The berries will squish and bruise if you stack them on top of each other.


Remember... We are not the only


creatures who like to eat blackberries, so make sure to leave plenty on the bush. The berries are an important food source for animals and birds during the autumn.


What to do with your blackberries ❤ Eat them fresh ❤ Turn them into jam ❤ Bake them in a pie or crumble ❤ Use them as a natural dye Q. What is another name for a blackberry bush? Answer: Bramble FOODLOVERMAGAZINE.COM | 61


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