Fruit : Sloe

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Saturday 26 July, 2014 by Uncle Spike

What is called “Deli Erik” (or Wild Plum) here in Turkey is sort of a wild Sloe.

Most folk cut them down or graft them into ‘normal’ plum trees, but we love ’em. The skin is a little bitter, but they are still a tasty fruit to chomp as you walk around the garden. They also make a very good jam, just stone them and boil with sugar and add a little of our own fresh lemon juice at the end in place of commercial pectin!

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13 thoughts on “Fruit : Sloe

  1. dayphoto says:

    You must have an amazing orchard. How many trees of each thing do you have?

    Linda
    http://coloradofarmlife@gmail.com

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  2. epov88 says:

    These are very healthy but very sour and you can make very delicious juice from them 🙂

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  3. Seems your farm is a botanical garden… so many variety of plants and trees, many of them unseen here in tropics.

    Thanks a lot for sharing the images and the notes, Uncle Spike 🙂

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