|Salmon, Rubus spectabilis Pursh., berries eaten and leaves used
for tea. Soft, delicate will not keep lone, eat on the hoof as you
crash through the bush.
I find plenty salmon berries on Vancouver Island along Juan de Fuca trail. (More.)
|Native American Preparation: Salmon berry, salal, blueberries and other berries were mashed together and oven dried in a cedar box. Try spraying a cupcake pan with canola oil, then smash berries together. Spoon berry mash into cupcake pan and place in oven at 200 degrees until dried...About 90 minutes.|