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28 Sep 2010 18:23 - 28 Sep 2010 18:27 #1109392312 by Amparo
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Dear Jessika.
Thank you very much for the warning. I was very lucky because yesterday I did not have any problem to connect to the site.
Now I just came of the Natural Park of La Puebla de San Miguel and I have seen your advertisement, thank you very much for everything :) .
I attached a picture I made of the fruits of wild roses in this natural park, very typical of the autumn season, of these fruits is made a very nice marmalade, I hope you all like it B)
Many greetings :kiss: .
Amparo.
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29 Sep 2010 06:49 #1109392316 by Nenne
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Dear Amparo,

Thanks for sharing the picture. Have you tried Roseberry soup? Delicious and full of vitamin C (at least my mother used to claim so).

Nenne

"My love, I would love to come with you but you must first build me a palace" :D

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29 Sep 2010 08:10 - 29 Sep 2010 08:23 #1109392317 by Amparo
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Dear Nenne. :)
Oh!, I do not know the soup Roseberry :blush: , I think I must ask you for the recipe ;) :) . Besides your mother is right, the fruits of the wild rose are rich in vitamin C .
In the natural park of La Puebla de San Miguel, the local people it does infusion with these fruits to prevent flu B) .
Many greetings. :kiss:
Amparo.

P/S By the way, I think I'll have to get a infusion of these fruits because I'm catching the flu. ;) :blink: :lol:
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29 Sep 2010 09:36 - 29 Sep 2010 09:37 #1109392319 by Nenne
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Dear Amparo,

for your quick recovery, here's a recipe I found on the net. I first used Google translator but it just gave me a great laugh. (Silly translations!) :silly: So you get my own quick translation here.

Rosehip/roseberry soup
4 servings
Ready in 20 mins

2 dl dried rosehips/roseberries/nypon
1 l water
0,5 vanilla stick(?)
0,5 tbs potato flour (starch)
0,5 dl sugar (depending on the berries in themselves=
Lemon peel

Do this:
1. Soak the berries for a while

2. Wash the lemon thoroughly and grate the peel of half of it.

3. Cook the hips in half the amount of water along with vanilla and lemon peel, about 5-15 minutes, until the berry peel has softened.

4. Then mix it all in the blender and then press it thru a siever.

5. Boil the remaining amount of water along with the sugar.

6. Stir in the mix and dissolve the potato starch into it.

7. Serve cold or hot, along with whipped cream/vanilla icecream and sweet crackers.

I have a vague memory of having to wait with harvest til the first frost. But I leave that unsaid. The berries are dried in the oven at low heat. Good luck!

And the health store would primarily advise you to drink nypon tea for the cold.

Por favor!
Nenne

PS Jessika, sorry for posting this here. :blush:

"My love, I would love to come with you but you must first build me a palace" :D
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29 Sep 2010 09:44 #1109392320 by Amparo
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Dear Nenne, thank you very much :) . I note the recipe.
Now I regret not having taken the fruits of wild rose, only I made some pictures. :laugh:
Jessika forgive me too for this query. :blush: :)
Many greetings :kiss: .
Amparo.

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01 Oct 2010 14:23 #1109392338 by subject
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Dear Amparo,

Prayed for you to get well quickly. Take care of yourself!

Big hugs,

Pat

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