FREE red hawthorn from nature: How to collect and cook them

In this article we will teach you how to properly collect and cook red hawthorn, a fruit that you can find in nature for free. The red hawthorn is a fruit that is found on shrubs or small trees in temperate climate zones. It is characterized by its intense red color and its rounded shape.
To collect the red hawthorn, it is important to wait until it is fully ripe. Generally, this occurs in late summer or early fall. Once the red hawthorn is ripe, it is recommended to pick it with gloves, as the plant has thorns that can be very annoying. Also, it is important to make sure that the fruit is ripe and in good condition before harvesting it. Once you’ve collected the red buckthorn berries, it’s important to wash them well before cooking. You can cook them in aa number of ways, but one popular option is to make red buckthorn jam. For this, you will need the following ingredients: 500 grams of red hawthorn fruits 500 grams of sugar 500 ml of water
First, boil the red buckthorn fruits in water for a few minutes until soft. Then, strain the fruits and place them in a saucepan along with the sugar and water. Cook over medium heat for about 30 minutes or until the mixture has the consistency of jam. Once ready, pour the mixture into sterilized glass jars and let it cool before storing it in the pantry. Red hawthorn is a delicious and healthy fruit that can be enjoyed for free in nature. By following these tips, you will be able to harvest and cook this fruit properly and enjoy its health benefits.

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