The preserves you make yourself are clean, and they are sour and sweet. It is a must-have snack in the summer!
Wash the fresh bayberry, soak it in salt water for 30 minutes, wash it again and then clean it again.
Pour the cleaned bayberry into the pot, add a small amount of white sugar (add as much as you like), a little bit of salt, squeeze in a spoonful of lemon juice, add a small amount of water, turn on the fire, simmer the fire, etc. The soup is thick and thick.
After simmering, it will be sprinkled with white sugar and let it cool. Can also be placed in the oven to dry at low temperatures!