[Sca-cooks] "blue" blackberry sauce?

Helen Schultz meisterin02 at yahoo.com
Mon Feb 25 09:09:22 PST 2008

Mulberries don't usually grow in brambles, they are a tree.  I don't think I've ever seen them as a bush, low to the ground. Of course, I am speaking of the American variety... perhaps European mulberries are different??  Brambles would be either blackberries or raspberries (do they have both red and black ones in Europe?). Blueberries are usually growing fairly close to the ground or in low bushes, so they are also a possibility.  With most of these berries, a very dark blue, verging on deep purple (unless you are working with red raspberries) would be more common than light blue... at least, in my somewhat limited cooking experience <grin>.
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