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Wasatch Serviceberries
Amelanchier alnifolia, a.k.a. saskatoon, from corrupted Cree Indian word "misâskwatômina". It gave a very abundant crop in the Wasatch Mountains in 2008. This berry tastes the best when it is absolutely ripe, without any tint of red. If your serviceberry has a mealy or bland taste, then you must have picked it too early.

Early morning of 8/26/08

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tleafHmmmm...Nummy!

tleaf

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I think I'll make blueberry pancakes for breakfast! Beautiful berries! I hope our highly fluctuating weather in the NW hasn't ruined our mountain berry crops!
Posted Aug 29, 2008 9:50 am

Dmitry PrussRe: Hmmmm...Nummy!

Dmitry Pruss

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and do you have the "red blueberries" like this in the NW?
Posted Aug 30, 2008 5:56 pm

tleafRe: Hmmmm...Nummy!

tleaf

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We have deciduous red huckleberries throughout the NW in the lowlands.... in my yard. They are tasty. The grouseberries are mostly in Eastern WA, higher elevations.
Posted Aug 31, 2008 11:40 am

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