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Wild Foodies of Philly Message Board General Message Board Entries › Paper mulberry, ginkgos, and acorns

Paper mulberry, ginkgos, and acorns

Lynn L.
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Philadelphia, PA
 

We saw some ripe paper mulberries on the last tour.  At the time I didn't know if the fruit was edible, so I looked it up and at least the following two websites say that it is.  Just beware of the after-taste:

http://www.eattheweeds.com/broussonetia-papyrifera-paper-chase-2/­

http://dokmaidogma.wordpress.com/2010/05/16/paper-mulberry-fruits-are-they-edible/­

 

Acorns and ginkgos are also in season - http://www.ediblemanhattan.com/magazine/foraging_a_fetid_elicacy/­
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