Ok, the thing about rose hips is that you can buy a huge bag of them, already prepared and cleaned, for around $10 to $12. So why go to all the trouble to harvest your own? Because it's fun! Plus, I didn't really know if I even wanted a huge bag of them since I'd couldn't remember what they tasted like.
Well, harvesting them is kind of fun. Turns out that I'm not so crazy about them that I'd plant more roses just for the crop, but I just might buy that huge bag...
|Clean the rose hips and slice off the tufts|
|Let them dry naturally, or help them along in a warm oven|
|Break them open with a mortar and pestle and let the seeds and silver hairs filter out|