Vegan Saskatoon Berry Galette aka What Happens When You Fail At Pie

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I know it's been a while since I posted a recipe, and the last few have mostly been desserts, but I'm back again with Saskatoon Berry Galette because it's summer and I like pie crust.

If you've never heard of a Saskatoon berry, they are actually related to the apple family although they look more like red blueberries. I think I might have had a dud crop when I bought these, or maybe they're just faint in flavour all the time, but I've always heard about how delicious Saskatoon berries are so I decided to give these a try. Saskatoon berries, also called prairie berries, service berries, june berries or even pigeon berries are typically in season late June or early July (I recorded this July 2 I think), so if you want to give these a try, I'm super sorry but you'll have to wait until they're in season next year!

That is unless you have a master baker in your family (like your grandma) who avidly freezes summer berries and has a stash you can taste, but you've probably already had a Saskatoon berry before if your grandma does this.

Anyway, I hope you enjoyed this fail video, I sort of made it work. I think it tasted pretty good, although the berries did sort of dry out a bit, so you're welcome to cook them into a bit of a jam a bit more before baking them in the crust, but I didn't do that so I can't say it would work.

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