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  • Forbes Wild Foods Chokecherry Jelly 190ml jar

Chokecherry Jelly




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Product Description

Chokecherry Jelly is made from the juice of chokecherries which grow prolifically across most of Canada. It is sharp and flavourful, but not sour like the raw fruit. It can be used on toast or in cooking. It is used most often by chefs as a flavouring for sauces, gravies, and dressings. It can also be used in tarts or to top off a cheesecake. Generations ago, chokecherry jelly was a common condiment on farms.

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Edulis, Chokecherries - In The Weeds (08:28)
Episode 3 of In The Weeds follows Chef Michael Caballo from Edulis Restaurant and forager Jonathan Forbes from Forbes Wild Foods as they forage for chokecherries at the beautiful Mad Maple Country Inn. Subscribe on YouTube: Visit us online: Twitter: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In The Weeds is a web series that showcases the thrill and skill of foraging for fresh food. Each episode follows a different group of talented chefs as they learn from foraging experts how to hunt for a specific ingredient. At the end of each excursion, the chefs prepare a meal in the wilderness, and feast on their treasures.
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  1. Choke Cherry Jelly 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 31st Jul 2017

    My Grandmother used to make her own homemade choke cherry jelly with berries we picked off their land in Huntsville. I have to say this is a decent second place, but it didn't quite have my Grandma's touch...still great product.

  2. Almost as good as Grandma's! 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 9th Feb 2013

    When I was a kid, we would visit the family farm on Manitoulin Island. Next to the equipment shed was a whole row of chokecherry bushes, which my Grandmother would turn into jelly.

    I've never seen it for sale anywhere but on the Island. I even asked the jam guy at St. Lawrence Market, but he's never even heard of Chokecherries.

    I was so happy to find it at the Brickworks. The flavour brought back memories.


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