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Trisha Eaton picks lingonberries growing prolifically in a wooded area near downtown Kenai on Tuesday afternoon. “This is my third day picking and I have a gallon and a half already,” she said. Most of the berries are destined for bread and juice, but she said she might try a relish recipe a coworker has offered her.

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Posted: September 7, 2011 - 9:05am  |  Updated: September 8, 2011 - 9:33am
Lingonberries are similar in taste and texture to commercial cranberries and can be used in their place in a recipe.  M. Scott Moon
M. Scott Moon
Lingonberries are similar in taste and texture to commercial cranberries and can be used in their place in a recipe.
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