|Salal, Gaultheria shallon, the black berry begins ripening in late spring and is available through the fall, depending on latitude and altitude. Found throughout the mountain west and west coast...Abundant on Vancouver Island and other islands along the west coast.|
|Smash berries in to a Canola oil sprayed muffin pan. Fill
cups about half full of smashed berries and the cook at 250 degrees
until dried into a cake.
Freeze or eat immediately.
|Another typical view of salal in bloom.
Below: Salal as an epiphyte with ocean view, Juan de Fuca trail, Vancouver Island B.C., Canada.