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Some kids that were musical tried to use them for flutes, but I don’t think they work as well for that as the hardwoods. The dark (black) elderberries are the good ones. The species that produces red berries is poisonous, and some say that even eating raw too many of the good black ones will make you sick to your stomach. I’ve also read that the hollow stems of the elderberry shouldn’t pl ant fo ods 37 Elderbush be used as peashooters or whistles because of poisonous compounds in the plants, but I have never heard of any Crow child having problems with this.
Currants and gooseberries can be used in almost all of the same ways. Whichever type you pick, you need to get out there and pick them as soon as they are ripe; otherwise they just dry up on the vine. They don’t all ripen at the same time either: some are ready in late June and others in July. You need to keep watching them and get them just when they are purple and ripe. Like all the other berries, you can dry them if you want to, and currants and gooseberries both make good sauces. ” Bob and James Krumm included my gooseberry pudding recipe in The Pacific Northwest Berry Book, but of course they left out the little twigs.
Cook over medium heat for 2 hours. Add the cattail, cornmeal, and cedar berries (if you like the flavor of cedar berries; otherwise skip these and use the bay leaf instead—choose one or the other but don’t use both). Continue to cook, stirring regularly, until the cornmeal is cooked. Add salt and pepper to taste. Yucca: Oox’ish bautshua Yucca glauca Even though they look intimidating (the Crow name means “deer’s awl,” and they are sharp), yucca plants are surprisingly useful. Fresh yucca flowers, especially the petals, are a treat to eat.