sea gull bird bath
We have wild blackberries, just out of town. They just grow everywhere along different country roads in our coastal town. Today we spotted some new growth and grapped about a dozen little leafs. We are wondering if we should let they lay around and dry or dry them in the micro wave, and are they safe to eat if we just boil them in the little aluminum tea leaft ball thing. I have lots of allergies, but eat the wild blackberries without a problem. I am a retired nurse and writer. Please answer if, and when you can. Thanks so much. I'm a great grandmother, almost 70 and have ten great grandchildren, with 2 more due in July. I took the photo I sent down at our harbor today, of the seagulls having a bath in some left over rain.