A while ago, my friends planted the red bayberry wine made by the pollution-free bayberry, and the by-product is dried bayberry.
10 pounds of bayberry are washed a little, dried, put in a pickle or wine jar, add 3 pounds of white sugar, 1 month later
Add a small amount of salt to the remaining bayberry, dry in the dryer, bake in the oven, or expose to the sun. But be careful not to be too dry to avoid affecting the taste. You can put it in a bottle and put it in the refrigerator to keep it for a long time.