Here is a summary of when you can pick some of the berries that I recommend:
Blueberries - Mid-July to August
Wild raspberries - Mid-July to August
Cranberries - August to October
Mulberries - August to September
Rowanberries - September to October
When the first frost has been Imagine when winter comes and you can pick out a bag of berries from Hemsedal and enjoy the taste of the mountains at home in the living room.
Here is a recipe for really good cloud ice cream that you can make at home:
5 dl whipped cream
1 can condensed milk, did not sugar Viking milk As many mullets as you think taste good
Whip the cream until you get soft peaks.
Add the sweetened condensed milk and whisk a little more.
Add mullets or mullet jam
Pour the ice cream mixture into a container that holds at least 1.5 liters. You can use a loaf pan.
Wrap it in plastic and leave it in the freezer for at least 6 hours before serving.
ps. you might as well flavor the ice cream with blueberries or raspberries if you prefer. Enjoy the taste of Hemsedal!
If you are looking for mushrooms for dinner, these types of mushrooms are common here in the mountains:
- Chanterelle - spruce and birch forest
- Stone mushrooms - leaves and coniferous forest
- Pale Porcini - leaves and coniferous forest
Before the trip, you should pack some equipment to collect the mushrooms. Use what you have at home, you do not have to buy a lot of equipment.
- Basket / cardboard box
- Small knife
It is a good idea to bring a basket, or cardboard box, to collect the mushrooms in, plastic bags are banned when you are on a mushroom trip.
Remember to only pick mushrooms that you recognize, I recommend everyone to learn to recognize the poisonous mushrooms. There are many apps that you can download to see which mushroom it is that you found. Check the app store on your mobile.