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December 05, 2010

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Sian Kneller

I made some quince jelly (had 100s of quinces in my garden), but will have to try this recipe next year!

By the way, I bought your book in Waterstones in Haywards Heath a few weeks ago as a Christmas gift. Hope it's selling well!

Sian

Alex

Absolutely fantastic. The quince really is a majestic fruit isn't it?

marion

It is one of my favorite fruit. My mom always make jelly of quince. Medieval because it is grown in Asia around 4000 years. I wrap it with plastic and refrigerate it for 2 months. I really really love quince.

Hunter Kern

awesome i love all these foraging stories...
especially the wild plants

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