Harvesting Elderberries

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Elderberries should be ready for harvest between mid August and mid September. Remove the clusters from the bush and strip the berries from them. One way to quickly remove the berries is with a plastic fork. Refrigerate or freeze.
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After snipping the 'umbrellas' from your elderberry bush, use a plastic fork (held backwards) to glean the black berries from the vines. Package and freeze. Wash just before using.

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