Green Mustang Grapes

Vitis mustangensis

They’re perfect right now (at least here in Central Texas)! The smaller ones have soft seeds and can be used to make a variety of dishes. These are not for eating raw though! Use them in your pies, pickles, jams and other dishes where you might need a cooked down, tart addition. When cooked, they taste a little bit like rhubarb.

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